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The weather guide for Paris, France shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & today's weather forecast provided by MeteoBlue. Find out more about our data sources.

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When is it hottest in Paris?

The hottest time of year in Paris is normally July. Expect maximum daytime temperatures to reach 24°C.

What is the wettest month in Paris?

In terms of rainfall, May usually gets the most rainfall in Paris with 62mm on average. In May there are normally 15 days with some rain.

When is it sunniest in Paris?

The sunniest time of year in Paris is normally August with bright sunshine on average for 50% of daylight hours; that's 7 hours of sunshine per day.

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Compare Paris weather with the USA

Below the Paris weather chart shows average maximum daytime temperature for Paris, France and the USA (Washington).

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Where's hot in France right now?

Below are the temperatures expected today at popular destinations in France. Select a destination to compare today's forecast with average weather conditions.

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