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Contrary to popular belief, it DOES NOT rain every day in England or in the rest of the UK!
Britain is an island country and the surrounding sea gives England a varied climate. We never know what the weather will be like from one day to the other. It can be sunny one day and rainy the next. As they have such a variable climate changing from day to day, it is difficult to predict the weather. In general they have warm summers and cool winters. The summers are cooler than those on the continent, but the winters are milder.
The overall climate in England is called temperate maritime. This means that it is mild with temperatures not much lower than 0ºC in winter and not much higher than 32ºC in summer. It also means that it is damp and is subject to frequent changes.
July and August are normally the warmest month in England. Around the coasts, February is normally the coldest month, but inland there is little to choose between January and February as the coldest month.
The best months to travel in England are May, June, September and October.