Coventry, like the rest of the UK has a mild climate throughout the year, and can be visited any time.

            On average, the hottest months of the year are July and August, during which time the daily high temperatures can be anywhere between about 65F (18C) and 90F (32C). The humidity can be high making it quite muggy both day and night. Night time temperatures can be between 52F (11C) and 64F (18C). Being in the centre of England does mean that in the summer if it gets hot it doesn't benefit from onshore breezes.

            On average, the coldest months of the year in Coventry are January and February, during which time the daily high temperatures will generally reach the mid 40’s (4-10C). The nighttime temperatures during these months will often fall below the freezing mark. December tends to be the wettest month of the year in the UK.

Snow is less frequent than it used to be and can fall anytime between December and April, and usually lasts only half the day before it melts these days.

            No matter what time of year, there is always a chance for precipitation in Coventry, and visitors should come prepared with an umbrella or raincoat, and equally should be prepared for warm sunny weather.

            For detailed weather information about Coventry, check the BBC or met office websites.