Port grimaud, France: Live Weather
Live weather in Port grimaud
The latest and today's weather in Port grimaud, France updated regularly
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|Temp feels like:||59°F (15°C)|
|Pressure:||30.12" (1020 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Latest Port grimaud Holiday Reviews
My holiday in port grimaud
Excellent (1 night of light rain)....
Last year's holiday in Port Grimaud
Excellent weather. We've never had a rainy day in the last five years of holidaying there....
Historic Temperatures for 19th March in Port grimaud
|Average High||59°F (15°C)|
|Record High||77°F (25°C) (1998)|
|Average Low||43°F (6°C)|
|Record Low||34°F (1°C) (2003)|
Weather in Port grimaud
The seaside town of <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Port Grimaud is located in Grimaud on the French Riviera in south eastern France. It is 7 kilometres west of Saint-Tropezand 7 kilometres south-east of Saint Maxime. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
The town was created by Francois Spoerry, Architect, in the 1960âs on what was once swampland, transformed to a luxurious marina. It is built with Venice style channels but with French fisherman style houses which resemble those in Saint-Tropez. The town has since been extended twice and consists of picturesque canals which weave through pretty houses with blinds.
The weather in Port Grimaud is of a Mediterranean climate with sunny, hot, dry summers and mild winters. The temperatures are moderated by the Mediterranean. Summer temperatures rarely exceed 300C and frost is rare.
There is a mild microclimate here due to the coastal location, the sheltered harbour of Port Grimaud and the Alps to the North.
The weather is also affected by the mistral wind, which is a cold dry wind, but the marina does provide some protection from the winds which blow from the upper alpine region. The mistral winds blow mainly in winter.
You can enjoy the weather here and the activities such as: explore the 10 kilometres of canals on a hired electrical boat or a water bus, see some of the best yachts in the Mediterranean which visit the Port, visit the 2 large beaches and try out the water sports or have a game of tennis at the 2 public tennis courts. There is also a weekly market where you can buy local produce.
You can check the weather forecast before you book your holiday to see what the weather will be like during your chosen time of year.
In Summer in Port Grimaud you can expect temperatures to range from average highsof 250C to 300C. Temperaturesin this season are not likely to drop below lows of 150C. This season does receive the least rainfall for the whole year, with the driest month being August. You can expect up to 12 hours of daily sunshine hours. The hottest months are July / August with June being the coolest. Sea temperatures range around mid 200C.
In Autumn temperatures start to decrease with September reaching average highs of 260C but November dropping to average highs of 170C. This season is very wet with September and October receiving the most rainfall all year. The hottest month in this season is September and the coolest is November. The amount of daily sunshine hours do decrease steadily, down to 5 hours of sunshine in November. Sea temperatures do become cooler dropping to 160C in November.
In Winter temperatures reach highs of 150C. Rainfall is a lot less this season with only an average of 4 days of rain per month. You can expect between 4 and 6 hours of sunshine hours per day. The coldest months are December and January. Sea temperatures are the coldest in this season dropping to around 120C to 140C.
In Spring temperatures slowly start rising again reaching average highs of 220C in May. The coldest months in this season are March and April. The month of April is the wettest month in this season but then precipitation does start to decrease quite a lot moving into summer. Daily sunshine hours begin to increase again and you can expect between 6 and 9 hours of daily sunshine hours. Sea temperatures begin to rise again too making their way up to 160C.