Neither horribly hot during the summer months, nor terribly cold during the winter, London lies under skies that are typically subdued in various degrees of gray cloudiness, often sweeping the city below with light drizzle and occasionally heavy rain. Many visitors, sometimes tongue in cheek, have drawn a causal relationship between the weather of the United Kingdom and the understated tenor of British character and culture. Despite its reputation, London experiences four distinct seasons, complete with fleeting, fickle weather spasms. Rarely, however, do these weather spates bluster into the extreme.
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