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Historic Temperatures for 7th June in Agen
|Average High||23°C (73°F)|
|Record High||30°C (86°F) (2015)|
|Average Low||12°C (54°F)|
|Record Low||7°C (45°F) (2001)|
Lying in the south of France, Agen enjoys a mild climate of warm to hot summers and short mild winters. Agen is a town of 30 000 + people that lies within the beautiful Aquitaine region in the South of France. Situated upon the river Garonne, Agen lies 84 miles south east of Bordeaux and is known fondly as âthe capital of the prune!â
Summers in Agen will typically see daily maximums reach into the high 20âs. June characteristically sees daily highs of 24°C and lows of 13°C, before heating up to maximum temperatures of 26°C by the peak summer months of July and August. Agen is still close enough to the ocean to be tempered by the coastal winds, although obviously not as much as its coastal counterparts. As a result Agen will experience warmer summers than towns that lie closer to the Mediterranean or the Atlantic. September continues on the glorious summer weather with daily highs of 23°C and average daily temperatures of 18°C.
September can be a great month to visit the region as it follows the peak tourist season of summer and the weather is still enjoyable. You can take in the sights and sounds of the region and enjoy the sunshine without fighting the hoards of tourists that flock to the area in the months of July and August.
Winters are relatively mild, short and not too cold. November through to January is when the region receives its greatest rainfall. The average minimum for December is 2°C moving up to an average maximum of 9°C. The mercury begins to rise slightly come the first month of Spring; March, and an average daily temperature of 9°C is enjoyed.
Much like the majority of France, springtime is one if the most ideal periods to visit Agen whilst the wildlife is at its most picturesque. You can commonly flee the crowds of tourists and hot weather that go hand in hand with summertime, and the rainfall and cooler temperatures of the winter months.
Whatever time of the year you choose to visit you can still manage to take in the beauty of the region. In addition to lying within the popular wine region, Agenâs appeal is completed by the towns leafy, twisting streets that are lined with distinctive brick houses scattered across the banks of the River Garonne.