Lincoln Weather, When to Go and Climate Information

(Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, UK)




View of Steep Hill on a sunny dayThe climate experienced in Lincoln is greatly influenced by its setting close to the eastern coastline of England and its resultant proximity to the sea. Lincoln enjoys relatively mild winter weather, with the sea temperatures helping to reduce the likelihood of sharp frosts.

However, during the summer months, Lincoln's climate is usually at least three degrees cooler than the south coast, and can be as much as five degrees cooler on occasion. The weather is at its warmest in July, when daytime temperatures reliably average around 20°C / 68°F or 21°C / 70°F, and have been known to climb to 25°C / 77°F or even higher, although this is far from what could be considered to be the norm.


Priory Gate picture

Seasonal Climate Variations / When to Go


From November onwards, the chance of heavy rains greatly increases. January and February are the coldest months of the year, although daytime temperatures do tend to stay around 7°C / 45°F, often feeling cooler due to strong winds.

By the time that March arrives, the climate begins to noticeably improve and the precipitation levels drop sharply. May is an especially pleasant time to visit Lincoln, when temperatures often reach 15°C / 59°F or more.

Lincoln Weather and Climate Chart



Maximum
Minimum

January

7°C / 45°F
2°C / 36°F

February

7°C / 45°F
3°C / 37°F

March

10°C / 50°F
7°C / 45°F

April

11°C / 52°F
5°C / 41°F

May

15°C / 59°F
7°C / 45°F

June

18°C / 64°F
10°C / 50°F

July

20°C / 68°F
12°C / 54°F

August

20°C / 68°F
12°C / 54°F

September

18°C / 64°F
10°C / 50°F

October

14°C / 57°F
7°C / 45°F

November

10°C / 50°F
4°C / 39°F

December

8°C / 46°F
2°C / 36°F







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