Climate Information for Newton

(Baile Mhic Phail, Baile Mhic' Phàil)

Climate Description:

Winters in Newton are usually mild for Scotland, with February daily temperatures of about 7.2°C and nights cooling off to 2.7°C in the coldest month. Summers are cool, with daytime temperatures in July typically reaching 16.0°C and nights dipping to 11.0°C. Rainfall in Newton is high, totalling 1492 mm in a typical year. Precipitation tends to fall more in the winter, falling over about 217 days per year. Newton has average sunshine totals, with 1214 hours of sunshine recorded in a typical year.

Climate Averages:

JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecAnnual Average
High Temperature (°C)
Low Temperature (°C)
Sunshine (hours per day)

JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecAnnual Total
Sunshine (hours per month)2857921522121701321341037336251214
Precipitation (mm)178127136836871871101331661701631492
Days with Precipitation221821141314151817222221217
Days of Air Frost44310000001518

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Please note that the information on this page describes long-term climate averages and cannot be relied upon for predictions of the weather. While every effort has been made to produce the best climate estimates possible, users should be aware that they may contain errors. Further explanation is available about our climate information, how the data was derived, estimates of error, and details about the original data sources.

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