Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is located in the temperate climate zone of central Europe. The city has warm summers and cool winters, although temperatures rarely drop below freezing. The average temperature in Brussels is 11°C (51°F) in January and 21°C (70°F) in July.
The city experiences a significant amount of rainfall throughout the year, with an average of 180 days of rain annually. The average annual rainfall is 785mm (31 inches). Snowfall is fairly common during the winter months and can sometimes occur in the spring and autumn months. However, it rarely builds up enough to become an issue.
Brussels is a city that can be enjoyed all year round. The weather can be unpredictable, so it is always a good idea to pack for a variety of conditions. However, with its mild climate and four distinct seasons, Brussels is a city that has something to offer everyone.
The bar chart below shows the average monthly peak daytime temperatures at Brussels
Please note: these are the average peak daytime temperatures (usually around mid-afternoon) so do not show daytime / night highs and lows. To see the daily range of temperatures have a look at the temperature max / min chart below.
The graph below shows the average rainfall and number of rainy days per month.
Average annual rainfall in Brussels: 868.434mm (341.9 inches)
The bar chart below shows the average daily sunshine hours in Brussels
The graph below shows the daily range of temperatures for each month.
The graph below shows the average sea temperature.
The graph below shows the average wind speed.
A monthly average windspeed of over 16km/h or 10mph suggests a location is fairly windy.
The graph below shows the average relative humidity.
|Hottest month:||July||22.4°C 72.3°F|
|Driest month:||February||52mm 2ins|
|Coldest month:||January||4.7°C 40.5°F|
|Wettest month:||November||79mm 3.1ins|
|Warmest sea:||August||18.7°C 65.7°F|