London, England

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The current season is Spring, but the weather data was taken in late Winter.

The Highs and Lows

The highest temperature was 54 degrees Fahrenheit and the lowest temperature was 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Winds

The winds had an average speed of 12 mph for the week. The direction was more to the West, South, and Southwest. Winds were a little more than a gentle breeze.

The Precipitation

It rained the entire week. There was about .06 inches of rain every day.


The average humidity was 75 for the entire week. The humidity changed each day.
Mon: 70 Tues: 67 Wed: 81 Thurs: 84 Fri:69 Sat: 86 Sun: 68

If you enjoy humid weather or you feel indifferent about it, you will not mind visiting London.

Contact Person

My aunt who lives in London. She thought the weather was very rainy, windy, and cold.


My predictions were exact or 5-9 degrees off depending on the day and if it was low or high.


During the late Winter time, the climate seems to be very cold and the air is moist. It rains or snows the most during the Fall and Winter time of the year. The snow in London makes the scenery absolutely beautiful.


The latitude is 52 degrees North. It is close to the North pole.

Prevailing WInds

Based on the latitude of London, England, the prevailing winds would be the Southwesterly WInds.

Scale of City

London is the largest city in all of England.

Natural Disasters

London, England is prone to hurricanes, small tornadoes, earthquakes, and flooding. London is closer to the ocean than being more inland, being near the coast.


London is a city that just like New York CIty. There are no mountains.

Oceans and Other Water Masses

London is near the North Sea and the English Channel. London also houses many lakes and reservoirs, including the WIndermere, Rutland Water, and Kielder Water. Being close to these large masses of water, London is prone to higher precipitation, higher humidity, and lower temperatures. That is why London is rainy and cold most of the time.

Change in Location

If London was more inland, it would have less precipitation and humidity. Temperatures would also rise, so London would no longer be famous for being a rainy and cold city.