Yearly Weather in Spain

Yearly Weather in Spain

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Worried that Spain will be too hot for you to live in?

Spain enjoys mostly beautiful weather year round, but for the most optimal climatic conditions, there are certain times and seasons when the weather is at its best. Late Spring (April-June) and Early Fall (September-October) are generally the best times to visit Spain. Almost the entire country enjoys mild temperatures during those times, although the upper elevations of the "bosque" regions may get a bit cool. Daytime temperatures will usually be in the 70s F (25C) and evening temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s (10-22 C). Summers are usually very hot. Spring and fall the best times.

The weather in Barcelona is pleasant most of the year round. However you'll experience the absolute best weather from May to the end of July. September is also a good month.

August can be hot during the day (sometimes peaking around 34°C, 95F ) so if you love saunas then this is the time of the year for you!

The weather in October and November is still pleasant but starting to get a little cooler (21°C down to 15°C, 69 to 59F). You won't find sunshine every day though, so be prepared for days when it could be overcast with a little rain.

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Spain's climate is very diverse and can be divided in the following areas:

  • The Northern and Eastern Mediterranean coast (Catalonia, Northern Valencia): Mild summers with pleasant temperatures and relatively mild winters. Relatively moist climate, similar to southern France.
  • The South East Mediterranean coast (Alicante, Almería): Warm summers and mild winters. Very dry semi-desert, rainfall as low as 150mm a year.
  • Southern Mediterranean coast (Málaga): Warm summers ,very mild winters. Average yearly temperatures close to 20 degrees celsius (subtropical).
  • The Guadalquivir valley (Seville, Cordoba): Very hot and dry summers and mild winters.
  • South West Atlantic coast (Cadiz, Huelva): Pleasant summers, very mild winters. Relatively humid.
  • The interior tableland: Cold winters (depending mostly on altitude) and hot, dry summers. Relatively dry weather (400-600mm per year).
  • Ebro Valley (Zaragoza): Very hot summers, cold winters. Very dry semi-desert climate.
  • Northern Atlantic coast (Galicia, Asturias, Coastal Basque country): A very wet climate, with mild summers and winters.
  • The Canary Islands: subtropical weather, with mild temperatures (18 °C to 24 °C; 64 °F to 75 °F) throughout the year. Desert like in the Eastern islands and moister in the westernmost ones.

I was in Spain (malaga) in September 2 years ago. During the first week of Sept. it was really hot.. nice weather for swimming and all that stuff. After the 10th day of the week, it started being a little cold esp at nights. you could swim in the morning but the water would be cold.

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Typical weather in Sitges Barcelona 

Month

Average
Temperature oC
Average
Temperature F
January

10

50

February

13

55

March

13

55

April

16

61

May

18

64

June

21

68

July

25

77

August

29

84

September

22

72

October

18

65

November

16

61

December

12

54

Sitges Climate Data

 JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Av Temp (ºC)10.411.313.014.316.321.723.322.821.418.314.711.9
Precip (mm)22.811.430.479.056.814.05.4120.473.4241.269.249.4
Sea Temp (ºC)12.212.313.914.017.919.823.925.423.221.718.314.9