The following weather charts compare London’s weather against Sydney's weather.
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 Sydney to provide assistance when planning a holiday or visit.
The monthly average maximum temperature of Sydney compared to London
As London and Sydney are in different hemispheres their seasons are reversed. Sydney has hotter and longer summers than London. The winter season is colder in London than Sydney which has almost pleasant temperatures.
The total number of days with rain in London compared to Sydney
Both Sydney and London have an equal amount of wet days. A wet day is classified as having more than 0.1ml of rainfall which is a very small amount. For both cities the summer rainfall is shorter and lighter than the winter seasons.
The minimum temperature of Sydney compared London average temperature
Sunshine comparison of London with Sydney - hours of Sun per
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.