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South Cerney, Gloucestershire enjoys a temperate climate year-round. Summers are warm and humid, with average temperatures in the high teens to low twenties Celsius. July and August typically bring the warmest weather, with average temperatures of 20°C. The warmest temperature ever recorded in South Cerney was 33.2°C in August 1990.
Winters are mild, with average temperatures between 2°C and 5°C. December, January and February are usually the coldest months, with temperatures often dropping below freezing. The coldest temperature ever recorded in South Cerney was -12.2°C in February 2012.
Rainfall is fairly consistent throughout the year, with the wettest months being October and November, where precipitation can exceed 90mm. The driest months are usually April and May, when rainfall averages around 50mm.
Snowfall is rare in South Cerney, with snow usually only occurring during the coldest winter months.
As of 2020, the city population is 3464.
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