- As with the rest of Britain, grimsby experiences a maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters. Temperature extremes since 1960 have ranged from 32.4 °C (90.3 °F) In August 1990, down to −10 °C (14.0 °F) in January 1963. The lowest temperature recorded in recent years was−14 °C during January 2012
- Grimsby is known to be on the drier side of Britain with an Average of 500mm of rain per year.
- During the summer months Grimsby tends to be dry and sunny, hence being one of the most popular tourist destinations within the UK.