Brighton Weather Forecast – Historical Data and All You Need to Know

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A visit to Brighton beach or the city can be changed greatly by the weather conditions. So it is very wise to google ‘Brighton weather’ before heading down to the UK’s most buzzing beachfront city. Here we will answer all though Brighton weather-related questions from Brighton beach tide times to historical extreme weathers.

Brighton Weather Forecast

Here is the weather forecast in Brighton city for the next 7 days.

Brighton Beach Weather

The weather on Brighton beach is very much the same as it is in the city, so please see the 7-day forecast above for results. For the tide times

Brighton Sea Temperatures though out the Year

The monthly sea temperatures in Brighton vary though out the year from as low as 7.7°C in February and March, to as high as 18°C in August

Brighton Sea Temperatures though out the YearTemperature
January8.9 °C
February7.7 °C
March7.7 °C
April9.3 °C
May11.6 °C
June14.6 °C
July16.9 °C
August18 °C
September17.4 °C
October15.8 °C
November13.4 °C
December10.8 °C
Click Here for today’s Brighton sea temperature

Brighton Sea Temperatures – Monthly Averages

The below chart gives you a good example of the high and low tides that flow in and out of Brighton city twice a day.

Average Tide Heights in Brighton 2021TimeTide Height
January
15th
00:26
06:30
12:39
18:53
6.5
0.9
6.4
0.8
February
15th
01:26
07:27
13:35
19:44
6.4
1.0
6.2
0.9
March
15th
00:28
06:26
12:40
18:42
6.5
0.8
6.3
0.8
April
15th
01:46
07:59
14:00
20:14
6.2
0.9
6.1
1.0
May
15th
01:42
08:06
14:06
20:21
6.0
1.1
6.0
1.3
June
15th
02:35
09:00
15:06
21:21
5.8
1.3
5.8
1.5
July
15th
03:05
09:28
15:35
21:52
6.0
1.1
6.0
1.3
August
15th
04:15
10:39
16:46
23:11
5.9
1.2
5.9
1.4
September
15th
23:59 (14th)
06:07
12:41
18:52
1.9
5.1
2.1
5.1
October
15th
01:26
07:46
14:08
20:25
2.1
5.1
2.1
5.1
November
15th
02:13
08:31
14:40
20:55
1.6
5.8
1.5
5.7
December
15th
02:23
08:37
14:51
21:04
1.7
5.7
1.6
5.6
Click Here for Up to Date Brighton tide heights

Things to Do in Brighton in Different Weather Conditions

The thing to know is there is something fun to do in Brighton no matter what the weather ends up being. The Key to a successful visit to Brighton is having the right clothing. Be prepared for any forecast and bring the appropriate items according to the humidity, seasons and weather forecast

  • Sun Cream
  • T shirt
  • Fleece
  • Rain mac
  • Coat
  • Scarf
  • Gloves
  • Hat
  • Umbrella

With the above item at hand, you can quickly adjust your clothing to match the weather and remain comfortable, dry and warm.


Best Things to Do in Brighton in the Sunner and When it is Sunny

When it is cloudless and super sunny, all you will wanna do is go to Brighton beach and take in the sun while you can, and that is a great idea, but please do use a good quality sunblock cream. But if you want to be a little bit more proactive, here are my top suggestions for making the best of your visit to Brighton in the sun.

1. Brighton Beach and City Bike Tour

Without a doubt, the best way to experience Brighton and Hove city and seafront, if you can ride a bike and the sun is raining above. This is a fun way to experience the city from the comfort of a saddle.

Click Here for more info and to book direct, or click the button below to book through Viator

2. Ramble the South Downs & Seven Sisters in Style on a cloudiless day

Walk not one, but two of the UK’s most beautiful National Parks, taking in stunning Sussex’s picturesque landscapes of the South downs. As well as the calm seascape and the tallest chalk cliffs in the UK found only Seven Sisters.

By chauffered from Brighton to both national parks and back again by the comfort of a Mercedes-Benz minibus for an unforgettable all-day experience.

Limited spaces available, and likely to book out quickly, so best to book in advance.

3. British Airways i360 & Drink at the Nyetmber Sky Bar

Make sure it is sunny when you go up here, as the i360 still run flights in heavy fog although they do have a ‘weather guarantee’ that offer complimentary return tickets valid for 3 months in poor visibility.

But when you get it right you get it right as the views are amazing. The sunshine illuminates the Brighton city and beach, with the flowing fields of the south downs overhead as you face north, Beachy Head to the distance on your right and even the Isle of Wight can be seen just under 50 miles to your left.


Top Things to Do in Brighton When it is Cloudy

1. Brighton Bike Tours

Enjoy a bike ride of the bohemian city of Brighton, while your guide colours the city below the grey sky for you, with his tales of Brighton’s old and contemporary history and culture.

Click Here for more info and to book direct, or click the button below to book through Viator

3. Hop-On Hop-Of City Sightseeing Bus Tour – 1 & 2 day tickets

Brighton Hip-On Hop-Of Sightseeing buses not only cover the entire city of Brighton as well as a coastal ride reaching from Portslade to Saltdean, along with a recorded commentary. But also you can use your ticket multiple times though out the day or over 2 days depending on which ticket you purchase. It’s a handy way to learn some history and a great way to commute around town.

See the chart below to see, just some of the attractions that are nearby the different areas.

Where the Hop-On Hope-Of bus gives you access to:Location near to:
Brighton city centreRoyal Pavilion
British Airways i360
Royal Cresent
Brighton station
Lanes, North Laine & Churchhill Square shopping
Brighton MarinaShops
Restaurants
Chartered Fishing
HoveHove Museum
St George St – Shopping
Hove Lagoon – water sports
Restaurants
Shoreham by SeaRiver Ada
Walks
Cycle Hire
Rottingdean Rudyard Kipling Garden
quant tea rooms
Seafront cafe and walks
Undercliff walk
SaltdeanOver cliff walk
and more…

Click the button below to read more info and purchase your bus ticket. Remember to choose between the 1 or 2-day ticket. This ticket is a very handy way to get around Brighton if you didn’t come by car.

2. Brighton Sea Life Centre

You are safely out of the rain and hash Brighton sea winds here, in the underground 19th century Brighton Sea Life centre. If the sea horses, turtles, tropical fish or sharks don’t amaze you the original Victorian architecture surely will. This is a great weather avoiding activity for adults and even more so for children.

Wiz though without even queuing by booking online.


Great Things to Do in Brighton When it’s Raining, Hailing or Snowing Outside

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing”

by Alfred Wainright

This is never more true than when in Brighton when it’s snowing. If you have brought the right clothing there is nothing more special than a Brighton beach walk in the snow

If you are less prepared or adventurous, here are some more cosy attractions you can enjoy when visiting Brighton while there are winds, rain, hail or snow showers outside.

1. Sea Life Centre

Not only is the Brighton Sea Life centre an exciting and fascinating place to visit, but being mainly underground means you are very safely hidden from any surprise rain or hail storms that Brighton weather may have to surprise you with.

Avoid the queues by booking in advance online.

2. Deep Tissue Massage

Escape it all, physically and mentally with a 1 hour long Thai deep tissue massage by an established and expert masseuse located on Trafalgar Street, Brighton, very near to the train station.

The maximum group size is 2 people so a great romantic alternative to the terrible weather outside. Book your slot now.

3. The Brighton Food & Beer Walking Tour

Wrap up warm and take an umbrella and be prepared to have taste buds titillated and your barnacles nicely warmed up with a brisk stroll between some of Brighton top and secret foodie havens and are delighted by some of the best local beers Brighton city has to offer only on the Brighton Food tour.

This tour is great fun all year round and in all weathers, please don’t wish for bad weather to book lol. Click the button below and book it now.


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Brighton Weather and Climate Change

As a cycling tour guide in Brighton for over 6 years now, I can say that I have seen a noticeable change in the seasons and weather though out the year. Winters are colder and Summers hotter, but even then the summer months hold more trenchant rainstorms that come and go as they only use to in Asia.

As long as you have strong sun cream, with a high factor for the hot and humid summer months. A rain mac to cover you from the sudden showers in both the summer and Autumn, and a warm coat, scarf and gloves for the wintertime, you will be sure to have a perfect visit, no matter what the season.

Have a great trip

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