North West England Climate
The North West is generally regarded as having the most average weather in the UK. Temperatures are generally close to the national average. Cumbria usually experiences the most severe weather, with high precipitation in the mountainous regions of the Lake District and Pennines.
In winter, the most severe weather occurs in the more exposed and elevated areas of the North West, once again mainly the Lake District and Pennine areas.
What is the weather like in North West England?
north-west – mild winter, cool summers and heavy rain all year. north-east – cold winter, cool summers and steady rain all year.
Where is the sunniest place in North West England?
Met Office data found the city received more than 230 hours of sunlight – or nearly ten days – across the coldest season, which is more than anywhere else in the country. Chichester receives more than 1,920 hours or sunlight in 2021, revealed the weather service