Plymouth: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Plymouth
The latest and today's weather in Plymouth, United Kingdom updated regularly
- Sunrise 05:08
- Sunset 21:13
- Moonrise 16:41
- Moonset 03:15
|Temp feels like:||44°F (7°C)|
|Length of Day:||8h 02m|
|Dew Point:||41°F (5°C)|
|Pressure:||29.92" (1013 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
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Weather Overview for Plymouth
Summer, from June
till September, is warm with cool nights. The average high temperature sits in
the high teens, peaking in July at 20°C. Night time lows fluctuate around 12°C.
Day time temperatures can get into the mid 20s on sunny days but it is
generally kept cool by a steady sea breeze. This is the most pleasant time to
Sunshine levels plateau at seven hours per day from late
spring till the end of July. They then drop to six hours per day in August and
five in September. Rainfall levels are at their lowest but showers can be
expected every few days. The sea temperature peaks at 16°C. If this were a
resort on the Med no one would even consider sticking their toe into water this
cold, but for
Autumn, in October and November, is mild and wet. The average high temperature drops to 14°C and 11°C and the average low temperature drops to 9°C and 5°C in October and November respectively. This means that day time temperatures are quite cool and night times are very chilly, especially when the wind blows. Surfers may brave the 13°C water in wet suits but most would agree that the sea is for looking only. Sunshine levels drop to three hours per day.
December till January, is cool and rainy but much milder than northern and
inland parts of the
It is the southwest of
Spring, from March till May, is mild with increasing sunshine. It remains cool with an average high just above 10°C until May when it finally gets to 15°C. Night times stay cold, as does the sea, but rainfall diminishes and the sun returns. Showers can still be expected quite frequently but they are usually shorter. The sun gains stamina, staying out for four hours per day in March, five in April and seven in May.