Weather forecast - Sunday 26 March 2017
Feels Like: 7°C
Feels Like: 11°C
Feels Like: 5°C
Feels Like: 5°C
wind gusts 28.8 mph
The sun will shine at the beginning of the day. The odd light cloud will be present on and off in the aftrenoon.
5°C / 14°C
8°C / 13°C
10°C / 14°C
10°C / 16°C
10°C / 13°C
9°C / 13°C
6°C / 13°C
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Eastbourne is a town located in East Sussex in southern England. It has a maritime climate and is one of the warmest parts of England. Temperatures can reach 31°C in July and winters are rarely cold. Eastbourne's climate is mild, probably because of the coastal location of the city. It's climate has contributed to the city's popularity as a retirement or holiday destination.
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Situated on the south coast in East Sussex in the East of England, Eastbourne is a large town with a population of 99,300. It is located just east of Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. The town is considered the sunniest place in Great Britain and attracts many tourists with its seaside attractions, resorts, and cultural sightseeing. Eastbourne is also known for its host of Victorian architecture. Like the rest of the South Coast, Eastbourne has a maritime climate featuring cool summers and mild winters. The average high temperatures in summer are around 18 to 21°C. In winter, the highs stay around 8°C with lows of about 3 to 4°C. Average annual rainfall is 794mm with a higher concentration falling during the winter months.