Vannes, France: Live Weather
Live weather in Vannes
The latest and today's weather in Vannes, France updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:13
- Sunset 19:25
|Temp feels like:||61°F (16°C)|
|Length of Day:||12h 12m|
|Pressure:||30.48" (1032 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Historic Temperatures for 21st March in Vannes
|Average High||54°F (12°C)|
|Record High||59°F (15°C) (2011)|
|Average Low||41°F (5°C)|
Weather in Vannes
Vannes is a historical commune in the Brittany department of France. It is situated in the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />North West. The commune has four distinct seasons throughout the year, differentiated by temperature and rainfall. Generally speaking, rainfall in Vannes is not overly heavy and the pretty French commune does not tend to receive any extremes in weather. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Summer is the hottest time of the year in Vannes, with warm rays of sunshine beating down upon the ground. Its hottest average high temperature is 22Â°C during August. And Augustsâ average low temperature is still relatively pleasant, at around 16Â°C. Other summer months can reach up to around 20Â°C, providing a warm and comfortable summer climate for Vannesâ visitors and locals. Rainfall is fairly light during the summer months with up to eight days of precipitation and from 22 to 31 millimetres of rainfall each month. It is probably best if visitors come prepared for small showers by checking the weather forecast before their arrival and packing suitable clothing, just in case!
Autumn is, although typically cooler than Summer, still moderately pleasant with average high temperatures ranging from a cool 13 to a beautiful 20Â°C throughout the season. As the trees change colour and leaves begin to fall, the temperature can drop down to a chilly 9Â°C as autumn progresses and winter draws closer. Rainfall becomes more common in the autumn months, with precipitation ranging from 48 to 53 millimetres each month and up to 12 days of rain, so it really is advised that people coming to Vannes are prepared for wet weather. October is the wettest month of the year, with up to 68 millimetres of precipitation over 13 rainy daysâ¦ remember to bring an umbrella with you!
Winter is certainly the coldest time of year, with average low temperatures dropping down to around 6Â°C each month. The monthly average high temperatures are not much better with the âhottestâ average high reaching up to 11Â°C, yet the charm of the old town remains the same, regardless of the weather. On a (slightly!) positive note, rainfall in the winter is not excessive, with up to a mild 56 millimetres of rain over one month over around 13 days of precipitation. If you choose to visit Vannes in the winter, remember to come prepared for chilly and wet weather and to check the weather forecast, packing warm layers of clothing and waterproofs.
Spring is, thankfully, the time when the sun comes out from the clouds once more and temperatures begin to rise. Vannes can receive up to around a pleasant 17Â°C in the hotter springtime months, but average high temperatures may still hang around the 13Â°C zone. Vannesâ spring climate may still be rather cool, with average low temperatures ranging around 7 to 11Â°C. Precipitation in spring is generally not too heavy and Vannes is generally just sprinkled with light springtime showers.
All in all, Vannes is a beautiful holiday destination and over time, many visitors have enjoyed their stay and found things to do, whether itâs walking along the harbour walkway, sunbathing on its sandy beaches or exploring its boutiques, small cafes, chateau and cathedral. If the busy hustle and bustle of the French commune makes you tired, a peaceful boat trip around its shores is the ideal break.