Liverpool Weather September Averages, United Kingdom
What's the Weather Like in Liverpool in September
September is the first month of autumn for Liverpool and also marks the beginning of a significant cool down. Even though temperatures are beginning to fall, now is still a good time to see the area and the city as many of the crowds stay home. Additionally, it is still warm enough to go for a swim in the nearby waters. As a result, this can be a good month to visit if you still want some beach time without the summer crowds.
Visitors will want to consult an extended forecast before leaving home because a brief cooler than normal spell is not out of the question. The average overall daily temperature for this time of the year is just 13°C (55°F). Afternoon temperatures can still be rather pleasant with highs reaching 17°C (63°F), but mornings are on the chilly side with average overnight lows falling to 10°C (50°F).
Water temperatures during this time of the year are just slightly cooler than they were during the month of August. Overall temperatures will average 15°C (59°F) for the month.
However, the region only receives an average of 6 hours of sunshine per day. Therefore, you will need to make the most of the sun in order to work on a late season tan.
Visitors will also want to be sure to pack some raingear, as the number of days experiencing rainfall remains high. Almost half of the month is on the wet side with an average of 14 days receiving at least some measureable rainfall. However, this is also one of the driest months of the year with only 43mm of precipitation expected. Most of the rain is light or will come in brief showers that allow visitors to continue with their activities without too much hassle.
Hotels in Liverpool in September
Hotel Indigo is a five-star boutique hotel and is the perfect choice fort those who want to be in the center of it all. Whether you are in town for a weekend or an extended September holiday, guests will be able to enjoy various room styles, rainfall showers, flatscreen televisions, WiFi and air conditioning. Each of the hotel's 151 rooms is comfortably appointed with plush bedding and all the comforts of home.
Established in 2015, the Mountford Hotel is one of the city's newest and nicest hotels. Guests can relax at the end of a long day of sightseeing by relaxing in the on-site bar or restaurant and also start the day off right with a continental breakfast. All rooms are large and well appointed and feature free WiFi, private baths, and much more. Guests can also enjoy the late summer sun by spending some time on the outside deck.
Z Hotel Liverpool
Z Hotel Liverpool is a modern boutique hotel featuring a total of 92 rooms offering stunning views of the city. Situated in the center of the city, all the major sites are within easy walking distance. Each room features luxurious linens, free WiFi, televisions and much more. Rooms are available in a wide array of price ranges and perfect for every budget.
Liverpool Beaches For September
Even though temperatures are beginning to cool a little during this time of the year, it is still possible to hit the beach in September. If you are in the area, be sure to visit Crosby Beach. Known as one of the most popular in the region, visitors are able to take in amazing sites on clear days and enjoy a hike along the beach. Dogs are also welcome and there is plenty of parking and places to eat and drink.
Bars and Restaurants
Bacaro Salt House
Bacaro Salt House is one of the most popular restaurants in the city, specialising in small plates of risotto, pasta and other Italian favourites. Located in the heart of the city, the restaurant is easy to get to and also provides guests with an extensive wine and cocktail list to go with any meal on the menu.
Mowgli Street Food
Experience a restaurant of a different kind with Mowgli Street Food. This Indian restaurant prides itself on full flavours in healthy vegan dishes. Each dish is full of spices, herbs and handpicked curries. Be sure to experience Indian food at its finest when in Liverpool.
Berry & Rye
If you are looking for some of the best cocktails in the city, look no further than the Berry & Rye. The handcrafted cocktails are traditional, yet contemporary and always delicious!. Reservations are highly recommended at this pub that has a policy of seating only.
Things to do in Liverpool in September
Liverpool Food and Drink Festival
Foodies will not want to miss the Liverpool Food and Drink Festival held in September each year. This two-day event continues to get bigger and better each year with celebrity chefs, demonstrations and master classes. Be sure to come hungry, as there is plenty to sample throughout the weekend. This festival is also fun for the whole family.
As the driest month of the year, this is the time of year for festivals of all types. One of the most popular is the Fusion Festival. With music for the whole family, the festival brings to the city some of the best current acts in pop. Be sure to get your tickets early for this popular event.