Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Weather And Best Time To Visit Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
With an oceanic climate, Pembrokeshire has the highest coastal temperature in winters in Wales, given its closeness to the relatively warm Atlantic Ocean, with a fall in the average temperature to 0.5°C. There’s rainfall nearly all through the year. If you prefer mild to warm weather, then the best time to visit the county is July through September, with the warmest time of the year being June to September, the coldest being January through March and the wettest months being November through January. Read on for the best time to time to visit Pembrokeshire.
One of the loveliest time of the year in Wales, when you’d see an abundance of flowers in full bloom in perfect harmony with a pleasant and warm weather, spring is considered one of the best time to visit Pembrokeshire. During this time, the average temperature ranges between 9°C to 15°C from March through May. You’d enjoy walking around the countryside during spring, when the weather is drier and milder with a variety of birdsongs, wildflowers & lambs to admire along the trails.
When it comes to summers, Wales is said to compete with the Mediterranean! Summers here are cool and windy. June through August experiences mild to warm weather with possible but rare hot days and some overcast/humid conditions. With an average temperature of 20°C, the climate’s fairly pleasant for summers and apt for exploring the county’s coastline, villages and town, making the most of its scenic beauty. Summer also brings into activity a lot of the wildlife darting through the seaside skies and the playful dolphins, porpoises and seals to the coast.
With a mix of pleasantly moderate weather at the onset of September to cool/cold days in October and November, the fall season is much preferred by tourists who’d like to avoid the summer rush to enjoy longer daylight and mild temperatures. With an abundance of some really beautiful autumn colors, September through November experiences average day time temperatures of 11°C to 18°C.
Winter season’s at its shortest and coldest in Pembrokeshire, with possible occurrence of snowfall and an average temperature ranging from 8°C to 10°C between December and February. The storms may possibly lead to snowfall, transforming the county, covering the beaches with snow. Wales becomes magical during winters with striking backdrops ideal for walking the trails, and then going back to your cottage before a fireplace and resting your tired muscles for the day. Even though winters can be rather dull before Christmas, the festivities and cheer in the air make up for all lost fervor. Accommodation with wood burners and hotels at the peak keep you safe from nature's elements and come with some lucrative winter deals. With crisp and clear days, you can still enjoy the county if you aren’t averse to the cold.