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Weather forecast - Monday 21 April 2014

jour suivant

Morning
Partly cloudy

12°C
Feels Like: 12°C

Afternoon
Showers

18°C
Feels Like: 18°C

Evening
Showers

13°C
Feels Like: 13°C

Night
Showers

10°C
Feels Like: 10°C

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Weather forecast Oxford - Monday 21 April 2014

Light Breeze
6 mph

East North East
wind gusts 16.8 mph

Some rare cloud will be present periodically in the morning. The sky will be gloomy during the second part of the day accompanied by rainy periods in Oxford.

  • Relative humidity: 68%
  • Maximum humidity: 81%
  • Chance of precipitation: 22.5%
  • Precipitation: 1.8mm
  • Hours of sunshine: 6h
  • Minimum temperature: 6°C
  • Maximum temperature: 19°C
  • Sunrise: 05h56
  • Sunset: 20h11
  • Reliability: 4/5
Data updated at 14:00

Weather forecast for the following days and for the weekend

Tuesday 22

10°C / 16°C

Wed. 23

10°C / 18°C

Thursday 24

9°C / 17°C

Friday 25

8°C / 17°C

Saturday 26

9°C / 16°C

Sunday 27

10°C / 16°C

Monday 28

9°C / 16°C

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The climate in Oxford

This city, belonging to the county of Oxfordshire, has a population of around 165 000 people. It is most well known for being home to the University of Oxford, the oldest University in the country and in the English speaking world. The city of dreaming spires is renowned for its typically English architecture and notably that of the University buildings. The city is a green one with many parks and nature walks. It is well frequented by tourists, mainly because of the famous university landmarks, but also for its shopping and markets. The city has a maritime temperate climate with rainfall spread evenly across the year. Temperatures reach an average high in the summer of 22°C and an average low in the winter of 1-2°C.