The following weather charts compares the weather of London against Las Vegas.
The first weather graph displays the day time maximum average temperature, the second shows the average rainfall for both cities and the final chart display the night time minimum. These weather charts visually compare the weather of London to the weather of Las Vegas when planning a holiday or business trip to either.
The monthly average maximum temperature of Las Vegas compared to London
Las Vegas has a desert climate and daytime maximum temperatures reflecting this; summer months are very hot and dry while winter months are surprisingly cool. London has the temperatures of a four season climate which are tempered by the surrounding seas.
The total number of days with rain in London compared to Las Vegas
Las Vegas receives hardly any meaningful rain fall during the year while London has an almost consistent number of days with rain per year. The rains in London tend to be lighter and shorter during the summer.
The minimum temperature of Las Vegas compared London average temperature
Las Vegas is located in the Mojave Desert, which means that it experiences hot, dry summers and mild winters. However, because Las Vegas is located at a high elevation, the temperatures are generally not as extreme as they would be at lower elevations. The average summer temperature is around 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can occasionally reach 110 degrees or more.
In the winter, Las Vegas' temperature is around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can even dip below freezing on occasion. However, because of the desert climate, the winters are generally much milder than those in other parts of the country. Las Vegas also has an average of 310 sunny days per year.
The weather in London is famed for its unpredictability. The city experiences all four seasons, and each one brings its own unique weather patterns. Winter is usually the coldest and wettest time of year, with temperatures often dipping below freezing. Spring is a lovely time to visit, when the days are getting longer and the flowers are beginning to bloom. However, spring can also be unpredictable, with sudden showers or even snowstorms not unheard of.
Summer is generally the best time to visit London, when the weather is warm and sunny. However, heatwaves are not uncommon, and visitors should be prepared for occasional downpours. Autumn is a beautiful time to see the changing leaves, but it can also be quite chilly and wet. Despite the unpredictable weather, London is a wonderful city to visit at any time of year.