Cardiff (Caerdydd) Weather And Best Time To Visit Cardiff (Caerdydd)
Cardiff is on its best all year round, not only thanks to its climate but also because of its exciting & fun-filled ambiance and calendar of events. However, its spring season paints the town in resplendent colors of varied flowers in full bloom, as does the Daffodil, the country’s national emblem. The summer season allows visitors to experience different food festivals, musical shows and special events that call in for merriment and cheer from all across the world, while the autumn season brings in a shower of carnivals, with a variety of sporting activities and mesmerizing wonderland in the winter months. The best time to visit Cardiff is early June through late September, when the weather is too gracious on all souls.
The combined levels of temperatures and humidity make March through May rather cold with average high ranging from 17°C to 9°C. Rainfalls are a common occurrence with at least 6 to 8 days of significant rainfall each month, slowing down tourism and opening doors to lucrative travel deals.
June through August experiences comfortable and cool weather with warm temperatures and nearly 7-11 days of rainfall every month. Summers are the second busiest time of the year in terms of tourism in Cardiff, making lodging and accommodation an expensive affair for travelers.
With average temperatures ranging from 19°C to 9°C, the weather’s chillier during the fall season in Cardiff, owing to the combined levels of wind & humidity. Rain or snowfall’s a common and significant occurrence with nearly 7-13 days each month. This is also the busiest time of the year for tourism in Cardiff, given the weather.
Warm weather enthusiasts won’t really enjoy the winter months of December through February at Cardiff as the average temperature oscillates between 9°C and 7°C with an average rain or snowfalls of 8 to 13 days every month, slowing down incoming tourist traffic owing to the cold wave.