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Newquay, Cornwall is a popular tourist destination in the UK due to its stunning beaches and dramatic coastline. It enjoys a mild climate year-round, with temperatures rarely dipping below 5°C or rising above 25°C. In the winter months, temperatures are typically around 10°C, with occasional cold spells in January and February, reaching as low as 4°C. Summers in Newquay are mild and pleasant, with temperatures in July and August reaching a balmy average of 20°C.
Rainfall is relatively frequent in Newquay all year round, with the wettest months being November and December, with an average of 130mm of rainfall. January and February follow with an average of 120mm of rainfall. March is the month with the least rainfall, averaging around 70mm.
Sunshine can be enjoyed all year round in Newquay, with the sunniest months usually being July and August, reaching an average of 8 hours of sunshine per day. June and September follow with an average of 6 hours of sunshine per day. The least sunny months are December and January, with an average of 4 hours of sunshine per day.
As of 2020, the city population is 20342.
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