Find out the weather forecast for today and the week ahead for Guernsey. Get a complete weather report for this island in the English Channel.
A British Crown dependency in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy, France, Guernsey is an island with a population of 65,345. First settled by Neolithic farmers, the island has a long and rich history. It has played a role in many wars from the Middle Ages to the Second World War. The island consists of two geographical regions: the Haut Pas, a high southern plateau, and the Bas Pas, a low-lying sandy northern region. Guernsey has a temperate climate with mild winters and warm sunny summers. The average high temperature in summer is around 19°C with July and August being the warmest months. The average high temperature in winter is about 8 to 9°C with lows near 4°C. The temperature rarely falls below freezing, but strong wind-chills from Arctic winds make the temperatures feel much colder. The average annual precipitation is 824mm with November through January being the rainiest months. The sunniest month is typically July.