Weather forecast - Tuesday 16 September 2014
Feels Like: 14°C
Feels Like: 22°C
Feels Like: 17°C
Feels Like: 14°C
East North East
wind gusts 25.8 mph
Some rare cloud will be present on and off early on in the day. Numerous thick clouds will bring stormy rain showers in the afternoon.
12°C / 21°C
14°C / 22°C
14°C / 21°C
14°C / 20°C
13°C / 18°C
11°C / 17°C
10°C / 18°C
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Bristol is situated in south west England. Given its southerly position it is one of the warmest cities in the country with an average annual temperature of 10-12°C. It is also amongst the sunniest towns in the UK with up to 1885 hours of sunshine a year. Rain falls all year round but autumn and winter are the wettest seasons. The city is famous for its music and film industries.
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This city and county in south west England is the country’s sixth most populous city. The city is built around the River Avon and is close to the historic cities of Bath and Gloucester. With its commercial port, Bristol has a long history of trading, but nowadays the economy depends more on creative media, electronics and aerospace industries. With its southerly location, this city is one of the warmest and sunniest in the UK with an average annual temperature of 10-12°C. Temperatures reach an average high of 22°C in summer and lows of 3°C in winter. Temperatures mainly remain above freezing in winter but cold spells can bring frosts.