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international applicant struggling to figure out clothing for English weather -HELP watch

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    Hello! I am from South Korea but since I have been studying in SoCal, I lost the sense of what 10C (or below) weather feels like. I am trying to take advantage of clearance sales at the moment (what a great excuse to use up all the gift cards and birthday coupons I got before I leave US), but I am clueless what to buy because it never goes below 18C where I live. Not even joking the last time I spent days in below-18C weather was 4 years ago. I have few camis, tank tops and regular t shirts thanks to warm SoCal weather, so I assume I shouldn't get more t shirts, right? I heard people in the UK wear layers of clothes, so I am thinking of getting jackets there because I wouldn't be able to fit any more jackets in my suitcases when I go back to Korea this summer. Should I get more long sleeve t shirts? Recommendations on what to get, lists and numbers of clothes I should bring to uni, etc. honestly any type of help is welcomed!

    p.s. I understand the weather differs from region to region, so here's the list of schools I have applied or got offers from: Sussex, York, UCL, Durham and Warwick.
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    It is very cold in most parts of the UK and does rain quite frequently - so I would recommend to get jackets when you get here as you said, and at least one big coat as well as long sleeved shirts. Saying that, we’re moving into spring/summer soon so it will start to get a bit warmer. We do get some heat waves usually around June / July where it gets to 30 degrees C sometimes and obviously people will be wearing shorts etc. But for the time being I would recommend to bring lots of layers and things that will keep you warm (fleeces etc). Hope this helped!
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