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The climate of the Brussels Region
Belgium experiences a temperate oceanic climate (because of its latitude within the temperate zone and the proximity of the Atlantic Ocean). Overall, it is characterised by relatively cool, wet summers and rather mild, rainy winters.
The average annual temperature (calculated over a 30-year period between 1981 and 2010) is 10.5°C and the annual precipitation amounts to 852 mm.
Climatological means for the meteorological station in Uccle (1981-2010): average monthly precipitation and average monthly temperature
Source : RMI-IRM-KMI website: the monthly mean temperatures in Uccle
- n°1. Suivi et prévision de la pluviométrie en Région bruxelloise (.pdf, in French and Dutch only)
- n°2. Evolution du climat en Région bruxelloise – Température et précipitations (.pdf, in French and Dutch only)
- n°3. La Région de Bruxelles-Capitale face au changement climatique (.pdf, in French and Dutch only)
- Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium (RMI-IRM-KMI) – Généralités sur le climat belge (in French and Dutch only)