Cherbourg: Live Weather

Live weather in Cherbourg

The latest and today's weather in Cherbourg, France updated regularly

Friday 25 May
04:51 GMT | 06:51 CEST
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Last updated:

25 May
UK Time: 04:50 BST
Local Time: 05:50 CEST
Fog
54°F (12°C)
2mph (4kmh)
  • Sunrise 06:10
  • Sunset 21:57
Temp feels like: 61°F (16°C)
Length of Day: 15h 47m
Pressure: 30.04" (1017 hpa)
Visiblity: 1 miles (2 km)
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Historic Temperatures for 25th May in Cherbourg

Average High 57°F (14°C)
Record High 70°F (21°C) (2005)
Average Low 48°F (9°C)
Record Low 41°F (5°C) (2011)

Weather in Cherbourg

<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Cherbourg is a coastal town located in the Manche area in the Basse-Normandie region of Northwestern France.  The currency in Cherbourg is euro.  The town lies along the English Channel, West-Northwest ofParis.  The town boasts a harbour, a large aquarium and maritime museums. There are also plenty of attractions in this town which has a rich historical background such as The Ravalet Chateau in Tourlaville which is a medieval manor with landscaped grounds, the Plage Vert Park and Emmanuel Liaise Gardens which has over 500 kinds of rare plants.  The weather in Cherbourg allows exotic plants to thrive at uncommon latitudes.   Cherbourgâs weather is described as a temperate climate.  Cherbourg also has a strong religious heritage of religious buildings with fascinating history.  The Roule Mountain lies in the background and provides a great view of the town.  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

The weather in Northwestern France is mostly affected by the changeable weather brought in by Atlantic disturbances, similar to the weather in the UK.  The area has the most maritime climate in the whole of France and has wet, changeable weather.  Northwestern regions have a temperate climate of mild winters, warm summers and rain being frequent all year round.  This region is affected by microclimate as a result of the Atlantic Ocean.  The weather is very unpredictable. 

You can look at the weather averages which provide a weather forecast to give you a good idea of the weather for the time when you are planning your holiday.

The average monthly temperatures for each season are as follows:

Spring

In spring the highest average daytime temperature is 110C and the lowest average temperature is 60C.  The highest temperature recorded in spring is 290C in the month of May and the lowest temperature recorded is -30C in the month of March.  The weather in spring can be cold and very unpredictable.

Summer

In summer the highest average daytime temperature is 180C and the lowest average temperature is 120C.  The highest temperature recorded in summer is 330C in the month of July and the lowest recorded is 50C in the month of June.  Summers tend to be hotter than those in the U.K. with average daytime sunshine hours of between 7 and 8 hours in mid summer.

Autumn

In autumn the highest average temperature is 130C and the lowest average temperature is 90C.  The highest temperature recorded in autumn is 290C in the month of September and the lowest recorded is -30C in the month of November. Some people say the best time to visit is in the month of September.  Autumn can be sometimes windy and bring rain.  

Winter

In winter the highest average temperature is 70C and the lowest average evening temperature is 30C.  The highest temperature recorded in winter is 180C in the month of February.  The lowest recorded is -90C in the month of February.   Winter months can be very cold.  Snow is not known to be frequent during winter.

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