Great Britain has a mild climate, that is, cooler in summer and warmer in winter than in other countries of Northern Europe. This is due to the winds blow from the south-west, from the ocean and the Gulf Stream, which warms the seas around the British Coast. Winter is mild, the temperature seldom falls below zero and the grass remains green all the year round.
Spring is a nice season. The weather is warm, the sun is shining brightly.
In summer temperature seldom exceeds +25. The weather is very changeable even during a day. Rains and fogs are very often. Englishmen can’t do without umbrella. Cool winds often blow from the sea. There are many sunny days in summer.
The wettest months are from October to January, but Britain has rain all the year round. Sometimes the fog is so thick that it causes much problems to drivers and walkers. The sky is grey in autumn, leaves on the trees change their colour from green to yellow.
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