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Belgium Climate 2011
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Climatological Information
Month Mean Temperature C Mean Total Precipitation (mm) Mean Number of Precipitation Days
Daily
Minimum
Daily
Maximum
Jan 0.7 5.6 71.2 13.1
Feb 0.6 6.4 53.0 10.1
Mar 2.9 9.9 72.9 13.1
Apr 4.8 13.1 53.8 10.8
May 8.9 17.7 69.5 11.3
Jun 11.5 20.0 77.6 11.3
Jul 13.6 22.4 69.1 9.6
Aug 13.4 22.5 63.7 8.9
Sep 10.8 18.7 63.0 9.9
Oct 7.6 14.4 68.1 10.5
Nov 3.7 9.1 79.4 12.8
Dec 1.9 6.5 79.0 13.2


The climate is maritime temperate with significant precipitation in all seasons (K�ppen climate classification: Cfb), as is the case with all areas adjacent to the North Sea, including The Netherlands and much of the United Kingdom.

The average temperature is lowest in January at 3 �C (37.4 �F) and highest in July at 18 �C (64.4 �F).

The average precipitation per month varies between 54 millimetres (2.1 in) for February or April, to 78 mm (3.1 in) for July.

Averages for the years 2000 to 2006 show daily temperature minimums of 7 �C (44.6 �F) and maximums of 14 �C (57.2 �F) and monthly rainfall of 74 mm (2.9 in); these are about 1 �C and nearly 10 millimetres above last century's normal values, respectively.


NOTE: The information regarding Belgium on this page is re-published from Wikipedia and World Meteorological Organization. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Belgium Climate 2011 information contained here.



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