Milton Keynes - Climate


Milton Keynes experiences an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb) similar to almost all of the United Kingdom. Recorded temperature extremes range from 34.6 °C (94.3 °F) during July 2006, to as low as −20.6 °C (−5.1 °F) on 25 February 1947. More recently the temperature fell to −16.3 °C (2.7 °F) on 20 December 2010

The nearest Met Office weather station is in Woburn, located just outside the south eastern fringe of the Milton Keynes urban area.

{{Weather box |location = Milton Keynes |metric first = Yes |single line = Yes |Jan high C = 7 |Feb high C = 7 |Mar high C = 9 |Apr high C = 12 |May high C = 16 |Jun high C = 18 |Jul high C = 22 |Aug high C = 22 |Sep high C = 18 |Oct high C = 14 |Nov high C = 9 |Dec high C = 7 |year high C = 14 |Jan low C = 1 |Feb low C = 1 |Mar low C = 2 |Apr low C = 4 |May low C = 6 |Jun low C = 9 |Jul low C = 12 |Aug low C = 12 |Sep low C = 10 |Oct low C = 7 |Nov low C = 3 |Dec low C = 3 |year low C = 2 |Jan precipitation mm = 48.5 |Feb precipitation mm = 36.6 |Mar precipitation mm = 43.4 |Apr precipitation mm = 47.2 |May precipitation mm = 45.2 |Jun precipitation mm = 56.9 |Jul precipitation mm = 44.7 |Aug precipitation mm = 48.5 |Sep precipitation mm = 53.6 |Oct precipitation mm = 56.9 |Nov precipitation mm = 49.0 |Dec precipitation mm = 53.8 |year precipitation mm = 584.3 |source 1 = The Weather Channel

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