The graph shows average rainfall and temperatures typically experienced in London

The graph shows average rainfall and temperatures typically experienced in London.

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The bar graph illustrates the gross precipitation, max and min temperatures incurred in London in different months of the year. Overall, the rainfall shows a fluctuating trend, whereas the temperature remains below 22 degrees during the majority of the months.

It is evident that the average rain commenced in January, amounting to 55mm, and gradually decreased in April to 38mm; however, there were variations from May. Until it reached November, it recorded the highest amounting 65mm, which plummeted to 50mm in December.

It is noticed that the average minimum and maximum temperature follow a similar pattern throughout the year. However, in the first three months, the weather conditions were below 10 degrees, drastically increased to 22 degrees by July, and dropped slightly from the next two consecutive months. Later, the temperature moderately reduced for the following months ranging between 0 to 10 degrees in December.


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