If you are planning to visit London then keep it in the summers if you wish to enjoy the weather here. The city is warm in the mid year and the winters are tough with chilling temperatures, fog and rain. Unless you are a winter lover, summers would be the best time to spend your vacations here in London.
The weather of London is moderate with rainfalls throughout the year. The World Weather Organization has estimated that the average high temperature records about 58 F. In July and August the average daytime temperatures are around 72 F and it is around 60 F in the months from May to September. In the months of October and November the temperature remains around 50 F. It falls further from the month of December to February and the average temperature is around 40 F in this season.
Rains are quite prevalent in the city with an average 2 inch rain in a month. The average rainy days of the city are about 12 and they decrease to 10 from June to September. Most of the time it is a persistent drizzle and you can still visit a lot of places. If there is a week of rain in London this does not mean that it is always raining out there. There are sunny weeks as well, when the sun is out there and the temperature is perfect for an outdoor trip. Do not be daunted by the rainy weather, you can prepare for it and still have great fun in the city.
If you have well prepared your trip you will definitely enjoy it irrespective of the weather. The more important thing is that how you respond to it. Sitting in your hotel room on a cold and rainy day will probably bore you. Having a cup of coffee in the rain with a nice walk in the shopping malls will definitely make it worth. Do not be disappointed by the weather changes, always keep plan B. This will relieve frustration and you will not end up wasting your time.
If you are well informed about the climatic conditions of the city, it will make your preparation easy for the trip. Keeping warm clothes, jackets and pullovers will save you in case it turns cold. Do not forget to keep your rain coats or you will end up crying on your visit.
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