What’s the weather like in Bruges in September?
Bruges weather in September begins to cool down since the summer has come to an end and winter is just around the corner. Temperatures are mild during the day but you’ll need a jacket at night to stay warm.
Autumn begins in September, which means the weather starts to cool down and the easterly winds are slightly cooler than they were in the summer. Bruges is on Belgium’s northern coast, which means the nearby sea is usually too cold for swimming. Rainfall remains quite low in September with just a few short showers divided throughout the month.
The average temperature during the day is around 15°C, which is quite mild but easterly winds can make it feel much colder. In the afternoon, things often heat up to around 18°C before dipping to 11°C in the evening. There’s slightly less sunshine in September than last month with just five hours per day. Sea temperatures are around 18°C for most of the month with an average rainfall of 53mm. This means you can expect to see one two showers during your stay as there are at least seven rainy days throughout the month.