Toulouse, France: Live Weather
Live weather in Toulouse
The latest and today's weather in Toulouse, France updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:50
- Sunset 17:28
|Temp feels like:||57°F (14°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 38m|
|Pressure:||30.06" (1018 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||4 miles (6 km)|
Historic Temperatures for 17th November in Toulouse
|Average High||50°F (10°C)|
|Record High||63°F (17°C) (2006)|
|Average Low||37°F (3°C)|
|Record Low||21°F (-6°C) (2007)|
Weather in Toulouse
Situated near the Pyrenees and located in close proximity to the Mediterranean coast, Toulouse benefits from a pleasant climate with loads of sunshine to create an ideal holiday. As such, it doesn't get too hot in the summer, nor does it get too cold in the winter.
Like the climate throughout all of Southern France, Toulouseâs climate is very pleasant with mild winters, long hot summers and sunshine throughout all months of both spring and autumn.
The enjoyable climate of this French city enables a perfect vacation at any time of the year.
Toulouse features a mild, temperate climate and can be found in the Midi-Pyrenees area of southern France, alongside the banks of the Garonne River. Offering mild winters, hot summers and a particularly low annual rainfall, the Toulouse area is known for its sunshine and long summer season. The average annual daytime temperatures in Toulouse are around 20Â°C.
Summers in this part of Europe are quite warm, especially in July and August, when the humidity really kicks in and Toulouse feels like a greenhouse. This is debatably the worst time to visit the city, as the entire nation of France goes on holiday at the same time during these two summer months. Travelling becomes a nightmare and everything gets crowded and busy. With highs of more than 30Â°C during both July and August, the summer months does provide the ideal climate for Toulouse's many vineyards.
The spring and autumn are much more pleasant than the summer season, with the former having the least amount of rain. Mornings are also particularly nice and fresh at this time of the year.
The winter months in Toulouse are also inspiring, when daytime times during January and February average around 12Â°C, and on occasion reach more than 15Â°C, although the nights can feel a little chilly. Although the winter months between November and February are nothing like the cold, snowy affairs of northern Europe, Toulouse does see its share of days and nights with freezing temperatures and the occasional snowfall.
The ideal time to visit Toulouse is during the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn. The weather during these months, in particular in May and October, is generally pleasant and sunny, although things can change quickly in the form of afternoon thunderstorms. Mornings are often cool, while afternoons get hot and then it cool down again after dark. Best of all, there arenât many tourists at these times, so you can feel like you have the city to yourself.