The weather in Brittany is milder than the UK. In the summer months there doesn’t appear to be a great deal of difference, with Brittany perhaps a couple of degrees warmer generally, but in the winter, the margins are far greater, with Brittany being substantially warmer and far less prone to snow or frost. Brittany doesn’t seem to have the extremes at any time of the year which Britain has to endure, just look at the long winter and then the extreme summer of 2018 which Britain faced. These mild conditions, coupled with the fact that it rains a lot, means that flower and plant life can grow all year round, and not be scorched in the summer or frozen in the winter. Brittany’s weather doesn’t mirror the rest of France. There are extremes of temperature that take place in mid and southern France, where the micro-climates will dictate weather conditions ranging from intense heat to deep minuses. The temperatures in Brittany are generally a couple of degrees higher in the south, but surprisingly, the sea temperature is apparently a touch warmer in the north of Brittany.