What is the average temperature in the UK?
The UK has a moderate sea climate, which means that the temperature is moderate all year round (not extremely cold and not extremely hot). The average temperature in the UK varies from 8.5 °C (47.3 °F) in the north to 11 °C (51.8 °F) in the south. The average maximum temperature in the UK is 12.4 °C (54.3 °F), and the average minimum temperature is 5.3 °C (41.5 °F).
Which months have the highest/lowest temperature on average?
The warmest month in the UK is often July. The average minimum temperature in July (measured over 30 years) is 10.9 °C (51.6 °F), and the average maximum temperature in July is 19.4 (66.9 °F). The next warmest months are August (min.: 10.8 °C (51.4 °F) and max.: 19.1 °C (66.4 °F), June (min.: 8,8 °C (47.4 °F) , max.: 17.3 °C (63.1 °F) and September (min.: 8.8 °C (47.4 °F) , max.: 16.5 °C (61.7 °F). The ocean is coldest around January and February, making these months the coldest in the UK. January has an average minimum temperature of 0.9 °C (33.6 °F), and an average maximum temperature of 6.4 °C (43.5 °F) . In February the average minimum temperature is 0.7 °C (33.2 °F) and the average maximum temperature is 6.6 °C (43.9 °F). In both months it freezes on average 11.3 days.
What is the hottest/coldest temperature ever measured in the UK?
The hottest temperature ever measured in the UK was 38.5 °C (101.3 °F) in Faversham, Kent on 10 August 2003. The coldest temperature ever measured in the UK was -26.1 °C (−15.0 °F), in Edgmond, Stropshiere on the 10th of January 1982.
The UK is split into many regions as shown above. As with any country, there are areas that are more populated and therefore have a higher average wage, or more jobs available. However, with lots of people in once place, it can be difficult to find work here, as there are many people looking for the same kind of position. You may face this struggle in areas like London, and other larger cities.
Looking for work in areas away from these large cities can prove more successful, as there are less people looking, and therefore you have a higher chance of finding something you feel is suitable.
Talk to us about different positions, and areas in the UK,and where we have jobs available. In some cases we have accommodation available with our jobs, and so relocating may not be difficult at all!