Official weather records from Eastbourne's Met Office standard weather station. Tables of monthly and annual summaries, and monthly reports to download with daily records.
Our Meteorologist provides information about past weather in Eastbourne, but cannot give weather forecasts.
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Summaries of Our Weather Records - monthly summary tables for temperatures, sunshine and rainfall from 2001 to date, annual summaries from 2006 to date, and an summary table from 1950-2006 to download.
Sea Water Temperatures - a table of the monthly averages from 2001 to date. These are currently taken from Pevensey Buoy station at the Channel Coast Observatory website, and until 2006 were taken from the end of Eastbourne Pier by our Meteorologist.
Monthly Reports with Daily Records - reports from September 2006 to date to download, with a table of our daily weather records, monthly totals and averages. Contain records for cloud, visibility, wind speed and direction, temperatures, snow, rainfall, sunshine and barometric pressure. Earlier reports from March 2004 to August 2006 are written summaries of each month's weather, including monthly totals and averages.
Annual Reports with Long Term Averages - annual meteorological reports to download for the years 2002-2005, which also include long term averages and statistics since 1867. You can also request to view printed archive reports from 1973 to 2001 in our offices.
If we do not publish the records that you need online, please use the form below to contact our Meteorologist - we have archives of written data from our official weather station from 1867.
We can only provide weather records for Eastbourne.
The Met Office holds the nation’s weather and climate records. You can find monthly, seasonal and annual summaries, climate average figures and historic station data for the whole UK on their website using the link from this page.