Summer Climate in Wales
Climate in Wales - summer months
Like the rest of the UK, Wales has a temperate climate. It is therefore wise to pack an umbrella or a raincoat, no matter what time of year, as the weather can be changeable. Mind you, the advantage of the rain is our country is a largely lush and green!
We have to admit that Wales, along with the rest of the UK, had a wet summer in 2015. Summer is usually far dryer though. In 2013 and 2014 we enjoyed a much dryer and warmer summer and we're hoping for the same this year.
During the summer months we have days of glorious sunshine, with temperatures up to 70˚f/21˚c and sometimes beyond.
We enjoy longer days too. During mid summer, it gets light from around 5 am (05:00) and stays light until almost 10 pm (22:00).
|Wales Weather Averages 1981 - 2010|
|Average Maximum temperature||17.3˚C 63.14˚F||19.2˚C 66.56˚F||18.9˚C 66.02˚F|
|Average Minimum temperature||9.1˚C 48.38˚F||11.2˚C 52.16˚F||11.0˚C 51.8˚F|
|Rainfall in mm||85.8mm||92.6mm||107.4mm|
|Rainfall in days||11.2||11.5||12.6|