The United Kingdom is infamous for its wet weather conditions and since you will be living in London, you should be informed of what to expect. Londoners are known to regularly carry both sunglasses and an umbrella, but London weather is never so extreme as to detract from all the great things to do in the city. There are four seasons in the United Kingdom. i.e. from March to May is Spring; June to August is Summer; September to November is Autumn and December to February is Winter. So, if you are not used to these kind of weather conditions you should familiarise with the different weather changes to enable you to cope while settling into your new home.
Previously on the London Blog
- The Smoke’s Getting Cheaper? The Actual Cost Of Living In London (February 2019)
- DeGale VS Eubank Jr, A Tribute To Johnny Cash, And The Craft Beer Uprising: Best Things To Do In London This Week
- Classic Cars, Horror Shows, And Rom-Coms: Quirky St. Valentine’s Day Date Spots In London
- 5 Uncanny Places To Learn About Gay History During LGBTQ Month In London
- 10 “Luck Magnet” Feng Shui Secrets For Your New Home In London