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Why Do British People Wear Raincoats Or Umbrellas On Sunny Sunny Days?
Jul 24, 2018


The UK is located between 50 degrees and 60 degrees north latitude, which is even norther than China's Heilongjiang Province, but the climate is much milder. It can be said that there is no cold in winter and no cold in summer. This mild climate is first attributed to the tropical climate. The Gulf Stream, renamed the Atlantic Warm Current, brought a mild and humid maritime climate to the UK.

In London, for example, winter rivers and lakes rarely freeze. The average temperature in January is above 4 degrees, while the summer is quite cool. The average temperature in July is only 17 degrees. It is only necessary to add a coat in the morning and evening.

The fog in the UK is heavier. In the fine summer weather, there are thin smog. In winter, it is often foggy, rainy and rainy. This is mainly caused by the tide of the island nation. Due to the emphasis on environmental protection, the number of dense fog there has been greatly reduced. The climate of this island country is mild, but the weather is changeable. Indeed, it is not uncommon to see the weather in the past, and it is not uncommon. People become extra cautious and see an Englishman in the sunny early morning

Wearing raincoats and umbrellas when going out, we may feel ridiculous when we see them, but soon you will regret for your "feeling". Although there is rain in summer, it will not continue to affect the itinerary.


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