Second Warmest April In 126 Years

Picture Credit: Christina Escorcio

Jersey has just had its second warmest April since records began in 1894.

We enjoyed an average temperature of 13.5°C last month - more than 3°C higher than the average. The warmest ever April was in 2011.

The warmest day recorded in 2020 was on 11 April at 25.3°C.

There were more than 278 hours of sunshine (the 30-year average is 203.5)  - which made it the 8th sunniest April since 1925.

No measurable rainfall was recorded for 21 days last month, with 41.8mm falling across all 30 days. That's nearly 15mm less than average for that time of year.

More from Jersey News

Just Played Songs

Weather Forecast

  • Thu


  • Fri


  • Sat


  • Sun


  • Mon


Island FM VIP

Get more with the Island FM VIP!

93.7-104.7 FM & DAB+
Island FM app
'Alexa, play Island FM'