What’s the weather like in Bruges in October?
Temperatures continue to decrease in October as autumn is well underway and the summer is nothing but a distant memory. However, it’s still a pleasant time to visit Bruges because there are fewer people than the summer and you can enjoy the relaxing, peaceful atmosphere all to yourself.
Bruges weather in October is influenced by its location along the northern coast of Belgium. The region has a maritime climate, which means it’s swayed by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean with cold winters and mild summers. Windy days are more common at this time of year, which can lead to colder temperatures and your hat being blown right off your head. The sea is far too cold for swimming, but you can make the most out of the cooler climate with some sightseeing and exploring.
Temperatures range from 7°C at night up to 14°C during the day, which is colder than last month but still quite mild compared to the winter. During the month, rain is expected to fall on at least six days with an average rainfall of 73mm. The amount of sunshine per day has decreased to just four hours, which isn’t much due to heavy cloud coverage and the fact that the days are generally shorter in autumn. The sea temperature is 16°C and continues to decrease as winter approaches.