Best Time To Visit Northampton
Like the rest of the British Isles, the city of Northampton experiences maritime climate. Sitting at the elevation of 130 metres above the sea level, Northampton is one of the highest cities in the Borough. The city experiences cool summers and mild winters and the best time to visit Northampton is during the months of Spring and Summer.
- Spring (March to May): While the atmosphere is still clod from the winters, the humidity and temperatures start increasing making the season feel moderately cold. Rains are common, and the months may see an average rainfall of 7 to 8 days per month. While the temperatures range between 3 degrees Celsius and 10 degrees Celsius, the later months of the Spring see warmer days. Not a very popular tourist season, Spring does offer you great deals on hotels.
- Summer (June to August): Summer sees warmer days and attracts most number of tourists. The temperatures range between 12 degrees Celsius and 18 degrees Celsius, and while the mornings are comfortable, the evenings are cooler. With 8 to 10 days of precipitation per month, summers are the best time to visit Northampton.
- Fall (September to November): During the Fall, the temperatures range between 1 degree Celsius and 10 degrees Celsius, and a little chill in the air sets in. While the city sees a little rainfall and snowfall, the tourism activities see a little drop.
- Winter (December to February): Northampton sees mild winters during the months from December to February. While the temperatures fall in negative, they range from -2 degrees Celsius and 2 degrees Celsius. This season sees almost nil tourist activity.
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Maximum rain recorded in Northampton is 551.38 mm in August.
Months with no rains or lowest rains in Northampton is January.
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Most humid month in Northampton is December.
Least humid month in Northampton is April.