The Met Office will be providing forecasts for these venues, and around 5,000 more locations throughout the period of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and beyond.
The weather statistics for each venue are based on local observations averaged over a 30 year period between 1971 and 2000. They provide a guide to the weather that could, on average, be expected in July, August and September. However, the actual weather we see during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games may vary from these average conditions.
London will host a huge number of Olympic and Paralympic events between July and September 2012.
The sailing events take place between 29 July and 6 September at Weymouth and Portland.
Home to the rowing and canoe sprint events, events are taking place at Eton Dorney between 28 July and 2 September.
Hadleigh Farm in Essex will be the home of the mountain bike competition during the weekend of 11 and 12 August 2012.
Lee Valley White Water Centre will host the canoe slalom for four days between 29 July and 2 August.
Scotland's national football stadium will host eight football matches during July, August and September.
Old Trafford will host nine football matches during the Olympic Games between 26 July and 7 August.
Newcastle United's home ground will host a total of nine matches between 26 July and 4 August.
Wembley Stadium will host the medal winning football matches in early August.
Brands Hatch in Kent will host the Paralympic road cycling between the 8 and 15 September.
The Millennium Stadium will host eleven Olympic football matches between July and September.
Coventry will host 12 Olympic football matches between July and September.
Weather conditions at the 1948 London Olympic Games.
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