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Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire has a temperate maritime climate, with mild winters and warm summers. The area enjoys relatively high levels of rainfall throughout the year, averaging around 700mm annually.
In the winter months (December to February) the average temperature is around 5 degrees Celsius, but temperatures can drop as low as -2 degrees Celsius on the coldest days. Snowfall is not common, but a light dusting of snow from time to time is possible.
In the spring (March to May), temperatures gradually become warmer, reaching an average of 11 degrees Celsius. Rainfall increases as the season progresses, with April being the wettest month.
In the summer (June to August), temperatures can reach highs of up to 20 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is generally lower than in other seasons, with an average of around 50mm each month.
In the autumn (September to November) temperatures start to drop again, reaching an average of 8 degrees Celsius. Rainfall increases as the season progresses, with October usually being the wettest month of the year.
Overall, Goole has a mild climate with plenty of rainfall throughout the year, making it a great place to visit all year round.
As of 2020, the city population is 19518.
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