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London Weather in April, United Kingdom

London Averages April


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Day Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunrise and sunset

    Day Temperature

  • What is Average Night Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunset and sunrise

    Night Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    5 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    16 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    43 mm

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London Daily Averages April

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What's the Weather Like in London in April?

The weather continues to get better in April in LondonUK when spring is in full bloom. This month is characterized by rising daily temperatures.

Is London Warm In April?

Across the whole month, the average temperature for April is a cool 9°C with highs of 13°C and lows of 6°C.

Highest and Lowest April Temperatures  In London

The highest temperature ever recorded in London during April in recent times is 26°C, with the lowest temperature recorded being 0°C. 

In 2013, the longest cold spell lasted from March 17th all the way up until April 12th that's 27 consecutive days which had cooler than average temperatures.

In April 2011, London experienced some incredibly high temperatures in comparison to the average. Following on from a very cold March, April 2011 saw daily high temperatures increase by as much as 6°C 22°C in comparison to 16°C making it the warmest April since 1910. April 2011 was also the third sunniest month for the capital, and the nation as a whole, since 1929.

How Much Does It Rain In London in April?

London experiences an average rainfall of 43mm across the month falling over an average of 16 days.

Fog and Visibility in April

April is a fairly cloudy month for London. In spite of the rainfall and cloudy spells, on average April isn't affected by any foggy days at all.

Sunshine Hours in London in April

London experiences an average of eight hours of sunshine each day during April that's three hours more than in March. As the month develops, the number of sunshine hours and daylight hours are both rapidly increasing.

Is It Windy In London In April?

Over the course of the month, typical wind speeds range from calm to moderate breezes, rarely anything stronger.

London Hotels in April

High Road House Hotel

This boutique hotel on the Chiswick High Road is a stylish hotel occupying a georgian town house in the leafy affluent neighbourhood of Chiswick. High Road House Hotel is part of the Soho House private members club and boasts a members bar and club as well as a European-style brasserie with a terrace on the ground floor serving an all day menu in art deco settings.

This is a popular local gem and and is located minutes from Turnham Green station. The rooms are decorated with chic white wood panelled interiors and a rainfall showers. 

Chiswick Best Western Hotel

If you like the sound of Chiswick but prefer a more family friendly hotel at a reasonable rate, the Chiswick Best Western Hotel is ideal. Located on the Chiswick High Road and not far from both Turnham Green and Hammersmith tube stations. The rooms are reasonably priced and very comfortable and they have the option of renting an appartment. There is buffet breakfast available and a cosy patio outside. 

The Cranley Hotel

Made up of three 19th century town houses and in the heart of up-market Chelsea, this small hotel is the ultimate in English style and character.  The Cranley Hotel is located a few minutes from South Kensington and Gloucester Road tube and short stroll away from Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The nearby Exhibition Road offers some of London's best museums including the Victoria and Albert, the Science Museum and the Natural History museum. Rooms are very plush and comfortable with Frette linen and period paintings, the staff are attentive and the hotel offers an excellent concierge service.  

Premier Inn London Docklands

Premier Inn London Docklands (Excel) is ideal for travellers on low-cost holidays in London. This hotel is situated next to the Excel Centre, just a five-minute drive from London City Airport, a 15-minute drive from the O2 Arena and Canary Wharf and a five-minute walk from the nearest tube station.

Vancouver Studios

Another great option when it comes to budget accommodation in London is Vancouver Studios. Located close to Oxford Street and the West End, this hotel is within easy walking distance of the Bayswater Underground Station, Portobello Road Market, the Royal Albert Hall, Westfield London Shopping Centre and Buckingham Palace. Although there are no communal services and facilities, you'll find a wealth of cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs, shops and supermarkets in the local area.

Ibis London Blackfriars

Situated less than 2km away from the London Eye, the Ibis London Blackfriars is located in Central London close to Southwark and Blackfriars Underground Stations. Within the hotel you'll find Fogg's Restaurant which serves innovative cuisine for lunch and dinner, plus continental and full English-style breakfasts in the morning. With the Tate Modern, the London Eye, Big Ben and a plethora of bars and gastro pubs within a 20-minute walking radius of the hotel, there is absolutely loads to do in the local area.

Space Apart Hotel

For something a bit more luxurious, consider staying at the Space Apart Hotel. This stylish modern hotel is found just a short walk away from Hyde Park in the heart of Central London. Space Apart Hotel is within a ten-minute walk of the nearest shopping centre and is within easy access of Queensway which is brimming with shops, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants.

Bars and Restaurants

L'Oro di Napoli

L'oro di Napoli, South Ealing is said to serve the very best in the London pizza game - and at surprisingly affordable prices. With a thin, perfectly cooked base and fresh, authentic Italian toppings, this hidden gem is a real winner.

Mattarello Restaurant

For freshly created pasta, which you can see being prepared as you walk to your table, head over to Mattarello Restaurant in Aldgate. Highly regarded and recommended for their ravioli and fish dishes, Mattarello also prides itself in friendly and attentive service.


Mayfair is home to the highest rated Italian restaurant, Murano. Boasting a Michelin star, Murano's menu combines the very best of British and European produce to create perfectly crafted Italian dishes. Choose as many dishes from the five menu sections, in any order you desire.

Caffe Vergnano 1882

To experience the finest espresso in London, travel to any one of Caffè Vergnano 1882's five locations across the city. Rated as 'the best espresso in London' by The Times, it's extremely irresistible.


If you're in the mood for a gelato, then head to Amorino. With several branches across central London, this chain scoops up delicious Italian ice cream in a variety of flavours and styles. Their sorbets and milkshakes are also highly recommended. 

Things to do in London in April

St. James' Park

The weather starts to improve in London in April and if you're lucky enough to get a dry sunny day during your holiday, make the most of it by spending the day at St James's Park. The oldest park in the capital, St James's Park incorporates the Mall and Horse Guards Parade, and also provides plenty of room for children to run around and adults to relax in. Here you'll find ponds, fountains, deckchairs, local wildlife, trees, grassy areas and benches.

Hampstead Heath

If you don't mind travelling a bit further afield, then take the bus or the tube to Hampstead and spend an afternoon exploring the famous Hampstead Heath. This beautiful parkland commands stunning views over the City of London, and serves as a respite from the hustle and bustle of the busy centre.

Kew Gardens

Another green site of interest which is well worth visiting is Kew Gardens. Set near Richmond in southwest London, the gardens qualify as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts the largest and most diversified botanical collections in the world. Within its grounds you'll also find Kew Palace, which ranks as one of the smallest royal palaces in the United Kingdom. 

Make sure you take some peanuts with you to feed the friendly squirrels. Explore Duck Island Cottage, the office building for all of London's historic parks and garden trusts. Various events and activities are held at the park throughout the year, so keep an eye out for posters advertising what's on during your visit.

The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon is one of the best shows in London. This hilarious comedy is brought to you from the creators of South Park and takes place at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Coventry Street. Due to explicit language, it's only suitable for adults and older children. An award-winning combination of humour, singing, acting and dancing, the Book of Mormon is a top pick for a night out you won't forget.

Victoria and Albert Museum

If you have a few hours to spare, don't miss the chance to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum. Highly regarded as the world's greatest museum of art and design, this museum is comprised of a plethora of exhibitions which range from paintings, photographs and sculptures to artefacts, fashion accessories and storyboards.

There are many child-friendly activities, too, such as backpacks and trails, the imagination station and pop-up performances. In addition to the exhibitions, the museum is also home to a lunch room, several cafes and a shop.

The O2

For a unique view of London, head on over to Up at the O2. This 90-minute experience takes you across the roof of the O2 building so you can enjoy amazing 360° views of the city from a sky high platform before culminating your experience with a thrilling ride back down.

Whatever you do, make sure you take your camera you'll be surrounded by photo opportunities at every turn. Up at the O2 is a very popular attraction, so make sure you book in advance in order to avoid disappointment.

The Tower of London

The Tower of London is one of the biggest and best tourist attractions in London and is a must-visit during your trip to the capital. Here you can explore the iconic white tower, admire the Power House exhibition or wander around the Royal Mint Museum.

Witness the infamous Crown Jewels and read the stories about the royal beasts which were housed in the tower. Walk along the line of kings then explore the prisoners' exhibition. Visitors can also join a yeoman warder tour, and observe the memorial for people executed in Tower Green. Don't forget to keep an eye out for the famous Tower of London ravens!

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During Easter, London bursts into life with loads of family-friendly activities, including: Easter egg hunts at the Cutty Sark, Kew Gardens, V&A Museum of Childhood, Regent's Park, St James' Park, Green Park, Hampstead Heath Historic-themed family activities at the Historic Royal Palaces Petting zoo at the WWT London Wetland Centre. With chocolate afternoon teas and Easter concerts throughout the city, there are loads of things for adults to enjoy, too.

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