London weather may differ from the weather of your country of residence so as to the London Packing list. It is important to know what to wear in Winter (December, January, February), Spring (March, April, May), Summer (June, July, August) or Autumn (September, October, November)
London Packing list needs to consider the seasonal variations in temperatures and daylight hours. This average temperature graph will give an idea of what items of clothes should pack for London. Based on Londoners experience, we list some items for you
What to wear in Spring & Summer (March to August)
Light Jacket or Blazer, Sweater/fleece for layering, Scarf, Shirts, T-shirts or Polo Shirt (Half sleeve & Full sleeve), Jeans / Pants, Underwear, Sneakers or comfortable walking shoes, Socks, Shorts, Sun Glass, Hat or Cap (not woollen)
In practical, consider the above dress for April to September (broad Summer period)
What to wear in Autumn & Winter (September to February)
heavy Jacket (preferably with a hood), or Woollen Blazer, long line coat, Sweater/fleece for layering, Scarf, Shirts, t-shirts or Polo Shirt (Half sleeve & Full sleeve), Jeans / Pants, Underwear, Sneakers or comfortable walking shoes, Socks, Tights, Shorts, Cap (woollen).
In practical, consider the above dress for the month from October to March (broad Winter period)
London weather is unpredictable. So bring an umbrella or a sturdy raincoat. Consider formal clothes according to your circumstances, programs.
For details to know about the London weather, you may visit our London weather forecast monthly page. Also, we suggest you visit the BBC weather on the London or Met Office of the UK Government. You will have a weather forecast and warnings for specific date & time. Once you get an idea about the London weather, you can visit the UK Visa page on how to get a visitor visa. Download also some Maps & Guide.