This post is a summary of the London weather in April, including average temperatures and rainfall, with tips on what to pack and things to do.
- Average Temperatures
- How Much Sun/Rain
- What to Wear
- Things to Do
- Weather in London by Season
- Free Tours a pie
AVERAGE APRIL TEMPERATURES IN LONDON
Daylight hours continue to increase rapidly this month gaining almost 2 extra hours between the 1st and the 30th.
Daytime high temperatures tend to be about 12 C (in mid-50s F) early in April.
However, things warm to about 15-16 C (60 F) by the end of the month with a few afternoons seeing temperatures at or above 21 c (70 F).
Late night and early mornings tend to remain cool early in April, averaging near 4-5C (40F) with a few colder mornings dipping to near 32F (0C).
Towards the end of April, mornings will mostly be 7-8C (in the mid-40s F).
About 13-14 days will have either sunny or at least partly sunny skies while 18-19 days will record some rainfall with one of these days reporting snow.
Accumulating snow is rare.
April winds are mostly light to moderate but occasionally can be fresh at 20-24 MPH (31-38 KPH).
April is changeable so it is best to bring rain gear and a warm coat or jacket for those cooler mornings and evenings.
Also bring some lighter springtime attire for those warmer afternoons, especially if you're visiting later in the month.
A pair or two of good walking shoes are also a must so you can enjoy all of our walking tours!
And if you are planning on visiting many of London’s top attractions, then you should consider a tourist discount pass as you could save up to 50% of retail ticket prices to tours, attractions, and restaurants.
- Watch the London Marathon
- Celebrate St. George's Day
- Visit the Queen's Mews
- Enjoy Some Java at the Coffee Festival
- Watch a Football Match
- Take in an Easter service at St. Paul’s Cathedral or Westminster Abbey
- Celebrate Shakespeare's Birthday at the Globe Theatre.
- Celebrate the Queen's Birthday
- Enjoy a late-night session at The Tate Modern
- Walk in the Footsteps of Britain’s Kings and Queens on our Royal Westminster Tour