What is the coldest month in Blackpool?

What is the coldest month in Blackpool?

Blackpool – Climate data

Month Min (°C) Min (°F)
October 8 47
November 6 42
December 3 38
Year 7.5 45.6

Is Blackpool warm in the summer?

The warm season lasts for 3.2 months, from June 12 to September 18, with an average daily high temperature above 62°F. The hottest month of the year in Blackpool is July, with an average high of 66°F and low of 55°F.

What is the average temperature in Blackpool?

Weather by month // weather averages Blackpool

January November
Avg. Temperature °C (°F) 5.5 °C (41.9) °F 8.3 °C (47) °F
Min. Temperature °C (°F) 3.8 °C (38.9) °F 6.7 °C (44.1) °F
Max. Temperature °C (°F) 7 °C (44.7) °F 9.8 °C (49.7) °F
Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) 117 (4.6) 144 (5.7)

How hot was it in Blackpool today?

Today’s hourly weather in Blackpool

00:00 15:00
Temperature 51°F 55°F
Weather Cloudy Light drizzle
Chance of rain 0% 77%
Precipitation 0 in 0.01 in

Does it snow in Blackpool UK?

It’s very rarely they have snow in Blackpool, lots of rain, but no snow. if you want snow AND Blackpool, probably best thinking about Cumbria, an hours drive up the M6 motorway. Snow isn’t a certainty but more likely in the winter months. Blackpool can be chilly, from September onwards but it’s alweays fun.

Does Blackpool get good weather?

Blackpool has an maritime temperate climate with typically warm rather than hot summers and cool rather than cold winters, in common with most of the UK. The weather is rarely extreme and given its mix of beach and inland attractions and illuminations Blackpool can be visited throughout the year.

What was the temperature yesterday in Blackpool?

Blackpool Weather History for the Previous 24 Hours

Conditions Comfort
Time Temp Humidity
9:20 am 52 °F 100%
8:20 am 52 °F 100%
7:50 pm Tue, May 3 54 °F 88%

How often is Blackpool snowing?

Lying anow of any depth is a rarity now, although most places may see a light snow shower or two over the winter months. It’s very rarely they have snow in Blackpool, lots of rain, but no snow.

Does it rain a lot in Blackpool?

Blackpool has a temperate maritime climate, which is typically northern. The wettest months in Blackpool fall slightly earlier, between September and November, when you can expect approximately around 100 mm / 3.93 inches of average rainfall each month.

Why is Blackpool so dirty?

Here on the Fylde Coast, the prevailing wind usually blows from roughly the south west. It blows the waves straight against the coastline – usually with some force. The turbulence picks up particles of sand and beach material and holds it in suspension in the sea water. That’s why it looks so brown most of the time.