Ingoldmells: Live Weather
Live weather in Ingoldmells
The latest and today's weather in Ingoldmells, United Kingdom updated regularly
- Sunrise 08:02
- Sunset 15:41
|Temp feels like:||2°C (36°F)|
|Length of Day:||7h 39m|
|Pressure:||29.3" (992 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||13 miles (21 km)|
Weather in Ingoldmells
The weather in Ingoldmells can usually be described as mild. The village sits on the east coast of England in Lincolnshire, not far from Skegness. The UK receives all four seasons with no extremes of temperature and moderate rainfall year round. It has a temperate maritime climate which is controlled mostly by the North Atlantic. The moderating influence of the surrounding sea causes winters to be warmer and summers cooler than might be expected. Ingoldmellsâ position on the east of England provides it considerable protection from the prevailing southwest winds which bring heavy rainfall to the west coast and stormy weather in the winter.
Summer, from June till July, is warm and relatively sunny. The average high temperature reaches 18Â°C in June, 20Â°C in July and 21Â°C in August, then reduces slightly back to 18Â°C in September. Night times can be very cool, dropping about 10Â°C from the daytime high, so you might need an extra layer in the evenings. Sunshine levels are good for the UK, reaching and average of seven hours per day in June, reducing to six for the peak months and getting down to five in September. Swimming in the North Sea can be a bit of a trial as it peaks at a brisk 16Â°C in August. Light showers can be expected quite frequently. Remember: there is no predicting a British summer!<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Autumn, in October and November, is cool, wet and grey. The average high temperature drops to 14Â°C in October and 10Â°C in November, with the average low dropping to 5Â°C and 4Â°C respectively. While it can be quite warm on a sunny day in October, sunny days are hard to come by. It can drop below freezing from the middle of the season and frosts become quite common. Sunshine levels drop to three hours per day in October and only two in November. Water temperature gets down cold quite quickly, hitting 9Â°C in November.
Winter, from December till February, is pretty upsetting. Itâs chilly and interminably wet and the sun makes little effort to break the gloom. The average high temperature falls to 6Â°C in December and January, rising to 8Â°C in February, and the average low falls to 2Â°C, getting back to 3Â°C in February. It falls below freezing regularly and even in the day temperatures can hover close to 0Â°C. A cold sea wind can make it feel even colder. Sunshine levels remain at two hours per day as the clouds refuse to clear away. Technically, rainfall levels drop, but you wouldnât know it. An insipid drizzle falls on about twenty days per month, at least during the first two thirds of the season. Disgusting.
Spring, from March till May, heats up slowly but does become much brighter. The average high temperature creeps to 10Â°C in March, 12Â°C in April and 15Â°C in May. The average low gets up to 3Â°C, 5Â°C and 7Â°C respectively. Generally it is very cool in the day and cold at night. Sunshine levels increase to four hours per day in March and reach six hours per day in May. It continues to rain frequently and the sea does not warm up enough to swim in.