|20 Jan 2021||01:00||07:00||13:00||19:00|
|Low Altitude||4 °C||4 °C||10 °C||9 °C|
|Isotherm 0 °C||2500 m||2300 m||2000 m||1800 m|
|21 Jan 2021||01:00||07:00||13:00||19:00|
|Low Altitude||9 °C||8 °C||11 °C||10 °C|
|Isotherm 0 °C||1850 m||1850 m||1900 m||1850 m|
|22 Jan 2021||01:00||07:00||13:00||19:00|
|Low Altitude||10 °C||8 °C||9 °C||8 °C|
|Isotherm 0 °C||1600 m||1550 m||1300 m||1400 m|
|23 Jan 2021||01:00||07:00||13:00||19:00|
|Low Altitude||5 °C||6 °C||8 °C||8 °C|
|Isotherm 0 °C||1100 m||1250 m||1250 m||1750 m|
Classified as having an 'oceanic climate' due to its situation close the west coast of France the Dordogne area actually tends to enjoy warmer summers and milder winters than its other oceanic climate counterparts.
Winters in the Dordogne tend to be mild and sometimes rainy. Late Spring and early Autumn usually has pleasantly warm and sunny days, though with risk of showers. Summer months are characterised by hot weather which can bring with it high pressure bands and the resultant thunderstorms. They don't usually last and are often followed by a fresh feel which can be a nice change from the heat.