- Temperature in the UK generally ranges between 10°C in winters and 30°C at the peak of summers. The country’s climate also varies from region to region. The north side is generally colder whereas in the south is mild and pleasant.
- Winter generally starts from November and lasts till March. During this time the sky is mostly grey and cloudy skies.
- The months from December to February are mainly characterized by snow and frost.
- One may plan a visit in UK in May, June, September, and October.
oThe Weather in these months has been often pleasant and warm.
oJuly and August are the warmest and the wettest months in the U.K.
- Rain in the UK well distributed and can be a bit unpredictable, irrespective of the season. The late winter and spring is generally the driest time, whereas you can expect the wettest days in autumn and winter. Despite UK’s unpredictable climate, the country rarely experiences extreme weather conditions.
- The Lake District is England’s wettest region, receiving and average of 130 inches (330 centimetres) of precipitation each year
- Britain is surrounded by the Atlantic ocean, therefore, it has a bit humid and mild weather. However, one may notice slight small temperature variations in winter and summer.
- The weather is never extreme, and changes frequently from day to day, or sometimes over the course of a day.
- From July to August, the weather is pleasantly warm in the center and south region, and can vary from light showers of rain to cold and then sunny again.
- Summer is the most preferred time to visit Britain, which runs from June to August.
- In Scotland, there is a significant increase in rainfall from July and August and a decrease in sunshine. However, the month of June is blessed with Sunny days.
- The sea is cold even in summer: in August, the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean reaches just 12 °C (53.5 °F) in the Shetlands, 13/14 °C (55/57 °F) in Scotland, and 17 °C (63 °F) in the English Channel and in Cornwall.