Jersey Climate & Weather
Jersey Climate and Weather
The Channel Islands climate is a maritime one, with moderate temperatures experienced throughout the year. Sheltered by England and France, the islands are spared the strong winds of most offshore locations. Winters tend to be damp and cloudy, while summers are warm and sunny. Generally speaking, rainfall is highest from October to January, and July is the hottest month.
Jersey experiences a temperate climate with mild winter weather and cool summers. The summer months, between May and September, are the best time to visit Jersey, when sun is plentiful and temperatures comfortably warm. July and August are the hottest months, when temperatures have been known to exceed more than 77°F (25°C). Although rain is possible at any time of year, summer is also the driest season in Jersey, with the most rain falling between October and January, and the least between June and August. Winters in Jersey are relatively mild and the average temperature during January, the coldest month, hovers around the 48°F (9°C) mark. However, it is not unheard of for temperatures to drop below freezing during the winter. Snow is rare on Jersey, and some years pass with no snow fall at all on the island. Jersey is well known for experiencing the most annual sunshine in the whole of the British Isles.
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