Like much of the British Isles, Stornoway has an Oceanic climate, with relatively little variation of temperature and damp conditions throughout the year. . Winters are exceptionally mild for such a northerly location (just over 58 degrees north latitude); average nighttime low temperatures in January and February, the coldest months, are above 35 degrees F (2 °C). , while daytime high temperatures average about 44 degrees F (7 °C). Summers are cool, due to influence from the cool Atlantic Ocean; average daytime high temperatures in July and August are just over 60 degrees F (16 °C). Precipitation falls mostly as rain (though snow occasionally falls in winter), and October through January are the wettest months due to frequent, sometimes intense storms from the North Atlantic Ocean, which can bring heavy rain and high winds. April through July represents a markedly drier season, when storm frequency and intensity diminish markedly. On average, June is the driest month in Stornoway, averaging under 2. 5 inches (63 mm) of precipitation, while January is the wettest month, averaging nearly 5. 9 inches (150 mm).
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