Climate in Paris
Someone once described Paris as spiritually a southern European city which has the misfortune to find itself located in northern Europe! What that refers to is, of course, the weather. From June to September, Paris can have some very hot days or even weeks. However, just as is the case everywhere in northern Europe, good weather can’t be absolutely guaranteed and the weather in general can be unpredictable. Yes, it can rain and even be a little chilly in July and August. Winters are rarely extreme and are more typically cold, wet, grey and windy rather than heavy ice and snow. Humidity in summer can be high but it’s more commonly perfectly pleasant. The best advice is to bring a variety of clothing with you and anticipate rain at any time of the year. Make that clothing warmer in the period October to April/May and lighter for the rest of the year. Withlocals tours will always find lots of interesting things to do in Paris though, irrespective of the weather!