Bournemouth By Season
We are very spoilt in Bournemouth, we never seem to get the extremes of climate like a lot of the UK has to endure. We might get a brief wet or cold snap for a few days but the weather soon returns back to the more typical mild climate that we enjoy for most of the year. It's very easy to take the weather in Bournemouth for granted, that is until you see on the news yet another violent hurricane hammering the U.S. coastline. Bournemouth rarely reaches 30c so no melting on the beach to worry about, but also extremly rare that the temperatures drop below 0c.
The temperatures gradually start to rise after the winter period, the birds start singing and all the trees and plants start springing to life. The last 2 -
In the summer the resort can be glorious, comparable to the Mediterranean! This is the barbecue season. The weather is generally dry and bright with light winds between force 1 -
The daily temperatures begin to slowly fall, but September still offers many sunny days where you can wear shorts during the day. September is also by far the best month of the year for dramatic sunsets, keen photographers head over to Poole & Christchurch harbours to capture that magical shot. In the Autumn we have more cloudy days with a mix of rain but still pretty mild. This time of year is historically viewed as the windy season by windsurfers and kite surfers, warm blustery winds, on the odd occasion reaching beaufort force 7 -