The city of Rouen is located in the northern part of France just 50 km from the coast of the English Channel. Due to its proximity to the Atlantic ocean, the city of Rouen is characterized by an Atlantic oceanic climate, with constant rainfall throughout most of the year.
The winters are cold and humid with average maximum temperatures that do not exceed 7 ° C, while the minimum winter averages are close to zero. The snow falls on average for 19 days a year, while the frost is present for 55 days in a year. Only in the summer months of July and August the average maximum temperatures exceed, even if only slightly, 22 ° C.
The Rouen area is characterized by a climate with constant rainfall throughout most of the year, with fairly cold winters, the city records an average of 133 rainy days per year, for a total annual rainfall of about 850 mm (average values for the years 1981-2010). The city of Rouen has an average of 17 thunderstorm days per year.
WHEN TO GO TO ROUEN
The best months for a visit to the city of Rouen are from May to September when the weather is more pleasant and the temperatures are milder.
THE CLIMATE OF ROUEN: CLIMATE TABLES
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