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Weather in London: how cold this New Years Eve will be when temperatures will be -3C

With Christmas fast approaching now, it won’t be long before New Years Eve.

The famous New Year’s Eve fireworks in London are replaced with an event in Trafalgar Square, but you plan to go down and join the celebrations with your friends, you will have to wrap up.

That’s because the latest forecast for the big night in London has an expected temperature of 0C, according to forcaster Accuweather.

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Added to this is a wind chill that reduces the actual feel of the weather that night to a freezing point of -3C.

With temperatures this low, no one could fault you for deciding to give up a night out altogether.

It will continue to be very cold in the capital

During the day, London is unlikely to experience particularly low temperatures, with a cool high of 9 ° C.

But overnight, the temperature is expected to drop, with 92% humidity and even a 25% chance of rain to start.

For anyone who also wants to watch the sun rise on New Year’s Day, you’ll need to stay awake until 8:06 am on January 1.

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On New Year’s Day, the temperature rises to 8 ° C before dropping again to -1 ° C, with this trend continuing in January.

So get your winter coats ready for 2022!

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