The climate of NW3, much like the rest of London, is a function of its proximity to the European continent, positioning close to the North Atlantic and the North Sea, and to some extent the Urban Heat Island effect and London's rather northerly latitude.
The direction of the wind (or more precisely the air mass this brings) is largely responsible for which of these sources most influences the day-
This gives London its climate of consistent rainfall throughout the year, relatively low sunshine hour count and few snow days, as well as a lack of extremes of temperature, those generally coming when the wind switches away from this direction -
Thunderstorms are not frequent, and generally comparatively weak compared to those of the near continent. Days of strong winds do occasionally occur, and along with the odd short-