Overview of Belgium Weather

Belgium is a country located in Western Europe. It has a temperate climate with average temperatures ranging from 10-12 degrees Celsius in the lowlands to 8-10 degrees Celsius in the highlands. The average rainfall is around 700mm per year.

The weather in Belgium is influenced by its location. It is situated between the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, which means that it experiences maritime weather patterns. The country also lies in the path of the jet stream, which can bring warm and cold air masses from the north and south.

The weather can be variable in Belgium, and it is not uncommon for there to be four seasons in one day. However, overall the climate is mild and there is generally not a lot of extreme weather.

The summer months (June to August) are the warmest, with average temperatures of 20-25 degrees Celsius. The days are long and there is often sunshine. However, it can also be quite humid during this time of year.

The autumn months (September to November) see the weather start to cool down, with average temperatures of 15-20 degrees Celsius. The days are shorter and there is often rain.

The winter months (December to February) are the coldest, with average temperatures of 5-10 degrees Celsius. The days are short and there is often snow.

The spring months (March to May) are the transition from winter to summer. The weather starts to warm up, with average temperatures of 10-15 degrees Celsius. The days are getting longer and there is often rain.