The summers in Romford are brief, mild, and cloudy, while the winters are extended, bitterly cold, windy, and overcast. Temperatures rarely drop below 29 degrees Fahrenheit or rise above 81 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. 

The tourism score indicates that late June through early September is the best time to visit Romford to take advantage of the mild Romford weather and enjoy the city’s many outdoor attractions. 

1. Average Temperature in Romford 

 Temperatures above 67 degrees Fahrenheit are the norm throughout the warm season, which lasts for 2.7 months between June 17 and September 9. In Romford, the average high temperature is 71 degrees Fahrenheit in July, while the average low temperature is 58 degrees. 

From November 17 to March 19, lows below 51 degrees Fahrenheit are the norm, making up the chilly season. The average high in Romford is 46 degrees Fahrenheit in February, while the average low is 37 degrees. 

2. Clouds 

Over a year, there is a large seasonal variance in the average cloud cover in Romford. In Romford, the clearer part of the year begins around April 2 and lasts for around 6.5 months until about October 20. In Romford weather, July is the clearest month of the year, with the sky being clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy 57% of the time on average. Around October 20, we enter the year with more cloud cover that typically lasts until April 2. December is the cloudiest month in Romford, with overcast or mostly cloudy skies occurring on average 71% of the time. 

3. Precipitation 

When liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation amounts to at least 0.04 inches, we call it a rainy day. There is a seasonal pattern to Romford’s rainy day probabilities. From May 26 to February 4, the wetter season lasts 8.2 months, with a greater than 26% chance of rain on any given day. On average, 9.1 days in Romford receive at least 0.04 inches of precipitation in November. 

The driest part of the year is from February 4 to May 26, which spans 3.7 months. August is the driest month in Romford, with only 6.6 days and at least 0.04 inches of precipitation on average. Rainy days are distinguished from snowy and mixed-weather days by the presence or absence of each precipitation type. November, with an average of 9.0 days of rain, is the wettest month in Romford. On October 30, you may expect 31% of your annual precipitation to come in the rain alone, which is the highest probability you’ll see all year. 

4. Rainfall 

We display the yearly total rainfall across a sliding 31-day period centered on each day of the year to illustrate the variance between the months and the monthly totals. The average monthly precipitation in Romford varies with the seasons. 

Romford experiences consistent rainfall throughout the year. The average rainfall in Romford is 2.1 inches, with the wettest month being October. At only 1.2 inches, March is the driest month on average in Romford. 

5. Sun 

Romford has dramatic daily duration changes throughout the year. On December 21, 2022, there will be 7 hours and 49 minutes of daylight, while on June 21, there will be 16 hours and 39 minutes. On June 17, sunrise occurs at 4:41 AM, and on December 31, it occurs at 8:05 AM, a difference of 3 hours and 24 minutes. On December 12 at 3:49 PM, sunset is the earliest it will be all year, while on June 25 at 9:21 PM, it will be the latest by 5 hours and 31 minutes. Beginning on March 27, 2022, and continuing for the next 7.1 months, all of Romford will be subject to Daylight Saving Time (DST) until the end of the year on October 30. 

6. Moon 

Key lunar data for 2022 are summarized in the image below. The days are shown horizontally, the hours are shown vertically, and the times that the moon is visible over the horizon are shown in various colors. Crucial phases of the moon are shown by the vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons). 

7. Humidity 

The dew point is the primary factor in establishing an acceptable amount of humidity for human comfort since it indicates whether or not perspiration will evaporate from the skin and cool the body. Dryness is seen at higher dew points and humidity at lower ones. While temperatures may drop at night, a humid day is usually followed by a muggy night because the dew point changes more slowly than the temperature. In Romford, the percentage of time when the humidity comfort level is muggy, oppressive, or terrible is practically constant at 0% throughout the year. 

8. Wind 

 We now discuss the hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above ground for the study area. Wind speed and direction fluctuate more dramatically from moment to moment than on an hourly basis, and these variables are heavily dependent on the local topography and other factors. 

Final Thought 

The two travel scores we’ve calculated give a general idea of how pleasant the weather is in Romford at different times of the year. The tourism score is higher on dry days with temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. This rating suggests that the best time to travel to Romford, United Kingdom, for a broad range of outdoor tourist activities is from late June to early September, with a peak rating in the last week of July.