Climate in London (Buckinghamshire), United Kingdom

See the monthly weather averages in graphs below.
* Data from nearest weather station: London (Buckinghamshire), United Kingdom (0.0 KM).

Average minimum and maximum temperature over the year

The monthly mean minimum and maximum daily temperature. Show in Fahrenheit

Average min and max temperatures in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average monthly hours of sunshine over the year

This is the monthly total of sunhours

Average monthly sunhours in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average percent of sunshine over the year

This is the mean percent of sunhours during the day

Average percent of sunshine in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average monthly precipitation over the year (rainfall, snow)

This is the mean monthly precipitation, including rain, snow, hail etc. Show in Inches

Average precipitation (rain/snow) in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average monthly rainy days over the year

This is the number of days each month with rain, snow, hail etc.

Average rainy days (rain/snow) in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

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Average humidity over the year

This is the mean monthly relative humidity

Average relative humidity in London, United Kingdom   Copyright © 2019 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average wind speed over the year

This is the mean monthly wind speed (meters per second)

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London experiences a temperate maritime climate. This climate type is characterized by a tempered temperature because of the nearby sea water. In summer, the cooler seawater ensures that it is not extremely hot. In winter months, the relatively warm seawater ensures that the risk of extreme cold is much lower.

London has the image always to be wet and gray. But if you look at the whole of the United Kingdom, London is actually one of the most sunny and dry cities in the country. With a quantity of rain that comes out below six hundred millimeters per year, London is drier than for example Rome. With a number of hours of sunshine that averages around fifteen hundred a year, London is not to be called extremely sunny but it is not to bad as well.

Summers have pleasant temperatures with average high temperatures around 21 degrees Celsius (70°Fahrenheit) and night temperatures of 11 degrees Celsius (52°F). Winters in London are cold, but the temperature is hardly below freezing. Snow occurs sometimes in winter but rarely settles more than a few millimeters deep.

Springs is a great period to visit London. During the day it is nice and warm, however in the evenings it is still very cool. In autumn months it can occasionally storm. The rainfall is evenly spread throughout the year.

Here are some average weather facts we collected from our historical climate data:

  • During the month of July and August you are most likely to experience good weather with pleasant average temperatures that fall between 20 degrees Celsius (68°F) and 25 degrees Celsius (77°F).
  • The months January, October, November and December have a high chance of precipitation.
  • On average, the warmest month is August.
  • On average, the coolest month is February.
  • December is the wettest month. This month should be avoided if you are not a big fan of rain.
  • July is the driest month.
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