How is the weather in London in November?

This post covers the weather in London for the month of November, including what to expect for morning and evening temperatures, how much rain to expect as well as tips on how to dress and what to do.

 

 


LONDON NOVEMBER TEMPERATURES

The afternoon high temperatures early this month will mostly be 13-14C (mid-50s f) with a few days reaching up to about 15-16C (low 60s f). Early morning lows tend to be in the 8-9C (upper 40s f ). 

 

 

As the month progresses daytime highs fall into 9-10C (upper 40s f) while early morning lows tend to drop to 5-6C (lower 40s f) with a few mornings dipping down to 1-2C (mid-30s f).

 


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NOVEMBER RAINFALL AMOUNTS

Skies will be cloudy or mostly cloudy on 21-22 days with some rainfall likely on about 17 days. Snow is unlikely early in November; however, towards the end of November, the risk for some snow increases to about 5-10 %. 

 

 

The sun remains low on the horizon this month with about 9.5 hours of daylight early in November diminishing to a little over 8 hours near the end of this month.

 


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WHAT TO PACK FOR LONDON IN NOVEMBER

It is always best to carry an umbrella in London. Early this month a medium weight waterproof jacket or coat might work fine, however, towards the end of the month some additional winter attire.

 

 


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THINGS TO DO IN NOVEMBER

Below is our top 10 list of things to do in November in London.

For more detail and more ideas, read our full post on things to do this month in London as well as our post on things to do any time in London.

And if you are planning on visiting many of London’s top attractions, then you should consider a tourist attraction discount pass as you could save up to 55% of retail ticket prices to tours, attractions, and restaurants.

 

 

  1. Take a London walking tour.
  2. See a live concert.
  3. Attend a football match or the tennis World Tour finals.
  4. See Mary Poppins the Musical.
  5. Watch the Lord Mayor’s Show parade and celebrations.
  6. Enjoy the historic cars at the Regent Street Motor Show.
  7. Celebrate Guy Fawkes Night with fireworks.
  8. See Disney on Ice with the kids.
  9. Observe Armistice Day on the anniversary of the end of WWI.
  10. Save money with a tourist attraction discount pass.

You can find more detail about this list and even more things to do on our full November in London post.

 


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