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London, England

What to wear in London middle of March, 2013

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We'll tell you on the day. It may be snowing, but that's not very likely. It may well be raining constantly. Quite possibly it'll be bright and sunny all week without a drop of rain, or there may be fog. You might get one of each on each day of your visit. Daytime temperatures will be almost definitely be between freezing point and 20 degrees C. (most likely 10-12 C, but don't hold me to that). The air may be completely still, or there may be strong winds blowing the rain horizontally, or freshening the hear from the sun.

So - take layers. Bring a thin waterproof you can carry easily, and adjust to the temperature by putting on extra layers.

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"What to wear in London middle of March, 2013"

Indeed...........With our "world famous" unpredictable weather, I hope somebody can answer your question!!

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Have a look at the "FAQs: London forum frequently asked questions" at the top of the list of discussions.

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Did it SNOW!! Mar 23 Apr 3 I went from London to Edinburgh and all over the island, 15 days in GB, 12 days snow, but worth it everyday. All the villagers would say "Worst weather in 50 years." I try to go every year in the spring, it was soooo true. That was not typical weather for that time of year, I prefer early April. I am going back next week, either a glutton for punishment or just a crazy Anglophile.

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we were there mid-March 2011. The day we arrived was t-shirt weather, beautiful. A few days later it was cooler and wet. Good advice in post two: layers and something to waer if it rains. Nice to be there, things starting to green up.

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Lazarus Thread - Six months old. Move along, nothing to see here.

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Just got back from a week in London and was very pleasantly surprised by the weather. I guess people who say it is cold there, haven't lived in upstate New York. I was so happy to see crocuses and daffodils blooming everywhere and the flowering trees about to bud. I wore a thin primaloft quilted jacket (Lands End) and a scarf everyday, with varying layers underneath. Most days a light sweater with a smartwool or EMS techwick under it was perfect. A scarf was a must and i had a pair of gloves handy that i pulled out a few times. I was happy to find a great pair of Sporto brand waterproof , fleece lined combat like boots that were comfortable for walking and kept my feet warm and dry for the occasional drizzle. seeing that you are from Michigan, i think it will feel balmy!

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"seeing that you are from Michigan, i think it will feel balmy!"

Seeing that OP was visiting a year ago, I'm sure he already is aware!