Hello all :)
My brother and I will be traveling to London mid January. I've tried researching what the weather may be like during our stay Of course, it's a tad bit early to be doing that: as like most, places weather can be fairly unpredictable.
What I'd like to know though is how a typical London winter would compare to a winter where I live: both temperature and snowfall. I live in Minnesota and our winters are horrendous. In fact I believe my city made #2 on the worst cities to live in for winter. Last week we were hit with a three day blizzard that resulted in nearly 5 ft of snow. This was followed by a week of subzero temperatures- today the high was -2. Anyway , so that should tell you what I'm coming from.
I really don't want to have to haul winter boots (snow boots) and would you suggest a light jacket with layers? or is it cold enough to simply wear one big winter jacket? Again I know things are unpredictable I'm just trying to plan ahead the best I can , therefore any input is greatly appreciated