Average Temperature UK

Average Temperature UK

Find Average Temperature UK. The temperature in the UK usually varies with the seasons but what is the average temperature in the UK? This page will look at the average temperature in the UK.

What is the average temperature in the UK? 

UK has a moderate temperature all year round it is not extremely cold or extremely hot. Average temperature in the UK fluctuate from 8.5 °C (47.3 °F) in the north to about 11 °C (51.8 °F) in the south. At the same time, the average maximum temperature in the UK is 12.4 °C, and the average minimum temperature is 5.3 °C.

Which months have the highest temperature on average in UK? 

The warmest month in the UK is usually July. Average minimum temperature in July which has been measured over a long period of time is 10.9 °C (51.6 °F). The average maximum temperature in July is about 19.4 (66.9 °F).

Other months which are warm are August (minimum temperature of 10.8 °C (51.4 °F) and maximum temperature of 19.1 °C (66.4 °F), the month of June  has a minimum temperature of 8,8 °C (47.4 °F)  and maximum temperature of 17.3 °C (63.1 °F) and the month of September has a minimum temperature of 8.8 °C (47.4 °F)  and a maximum temperature of 16.5 °C (61.7 °F).

Which months in UK have the lowest temperature on average? 

The months with the lowest temperature in the UK is January and February, The Ocean is coldest during January and February, this makes these months the coldest in the UK.

The month January has an average minimum temperature of 0.9 °C (33.6 °F), and its average maximum temperature of 6.4 °C (43.5 °F). February has an average minimum temperature is 0.7 °C (33.2 °F)  and the average maximum temperature is 6.6 °C (43.9 °F).

What is the hottest temperature ever measured in the UK? 

The hottest temperature ever measured in the UK was 38.5 °C (101.3 °F) in Faversham, Kent on 10 August 2003.

What is the highest temperature ever recorded in Scotland?

The highest temperature ever recorded was 32.9 °C (91.2 °F) at Greycrook, Scottish Borders on 9 August 2003.

What is the coldest temperature ever measured in the UK?

The coldest temperature ever measured in the UK was -26.1 °C (−15.0 °F), in Edgmond, Stropshiere on the 10th of January 1982.

What is the average temperature in England?

The hottest month in London is July with an average temperature of 19°C (66°F) while the coldest month is January at 5°C (41°F). The wettest month is October with an average of 71mm of rain.

What is the typical weather in England?

England has warm summers and cool winters. The summers are cooler than those on the continent, although the winters are milder. Overall climate in England is called temperate maritime. This means that it is mild with temperatures not much lower than 0ºC in winter and not much higher than 32ºC in summer.

What is the sunniest place in the UK?

The sunniest place in the UK is Bognor, which claims to have the sunniest climate in the UK, It has an average of  1,902.9 hours sunshine, outshining its closest neighbors, Worthing and Shanklin on the Isle of Wight as of Jul 21, 2013

How hot does it get in the UK?

When it comes to summer, the Northern Isles could have temperatures around 15 °C (59 °F) and areas around London could reach 30 °C (86 °F).

What is the average yearly temperature in the UK?

The average high in London from June through August is around 21°C (70°F) and the average low is around 12°C (51°F). In England the mean annual temperature at low altitudes varies from about 8.5 °C to 11 °C, with the highest values taking place around or near to the coasts of Cornwall (in the south west).

Where does it snow the most in the UK?

The parts which snow most in the UK are Cairngorms, Shetland Islands, Fair Isle, Orkney Islands, Copley  County Durham, Leadhills, Widdybank Fell, Eskdalemuir, Kinbrace and Knockanrock

Where is the most rain in the UK?

The wettest place is Snowdonia in Wales with an average annual totals exceeding 3,000 mm of rain a year, then followed by the Highlands of Scotland, the Lake District, the Pennines and the moors of South West England.