Europe Clothes Forecast
This site provides information on appropriate clothes to pack and wear. Links to cities in Europe are as follows.
Climate and appropriate clothes in Europe
Each country in Europe has its own characteristics and there are many attractive cities, so many people move for sightseeing.
A large part of Europe is a temperate climate.
By ocean currents of the Atlantic Ocean, called the Gulf Stream, Europe tend to be warm considering its latitude.
Except for the part of northern Europe and the high-altitude region,
A T-shirt, short-sleeved shirt and sometimes long-sleeved shirt will usually work in summers,
A coat or down jacket is recommended in winters.
In southern Europe, the Mediterranean coastal area has many large resorts that the tourists visit from all over the world. This area is warmer and it rains a lot in winters and less in summers. Appropriate clothes tend to be lighter. The temperature is low in the Nordic countries, in particular, winter is the need to be careful because it becomes very cold.
The United Kingdom is in the Atlantic Ocean and lies between north latitude 50 ° to 60 °, and the climate is strongly influenced by the ocean currents.
It has a wide variety of geographical features, but most of England is plain.
There are four seasons in the United Kingdom, and one of the feature of the weather is much rain throughout the year.
In addition, the weather changes greatly in a day, suddenly it rains and becomes cold, so make sure to bring a layering and an umbrella.
In summer, it is generally warm during the day, while it can be chilly at night. You will need a cardigan or sweater for layering. In winter, you need a coat or down jacket with gloves, a warm hat and winter boots, and the United Kingdom tends to be cold toward the north. Spring tends to be late for warming (March is still cold), and it becomes more and more cold in autumn.
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