Andalucia: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Andalucia
The latest and today's weather in Andalucia, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 08:21
- Sunset 19:51
- Moonrise 05:04
- Moonset 18:09
|Temp feels like:||25°C (77°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 35m|
|Dew Point:||13°C (55°F)|
|Pressure:||29.86" (1011 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||1 miles (2 km)|
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Weather Overview for Andalucia
Andalucía is located in the south of Spain; it is one of the few regions that still participate in typical Spanish traditions such as bull-fighting and flamenco. The Costa Del Sol (“sunshine coast”) is a popular destination for those seeking reliable hot sunshine and a tan during the summer season. The Cabo de Gata, near the south-eastern Mediterranean coastline, is dry all year around and is the only region of Europe with a desert climate. Summer is a good time of year to relax on the beaches near the coast, while the spring and autumn are good times of the year to visit the various tourist attractions including numerous beautiful buildings.
On average Andalucía receives a total of three thousand hours of sunlight each year. The coast is particularly sunny and great for holidays all year round. Because there have been a few episodes of flash floods in recent times, the area has been put on storm alert for a period.
During spring, the weather is typically warm with a strong breeze in the air, and average temperatures range from 15°C to 20°C. This weather is perfect for people on the move as it is not too hot to spend all day wandering around the glorious features of Andalucía. But it is still hot enough to get that healthy tan!
In summer the sun is practically a guarantee, and average temperatures can reach 40°C at midday but have been known to climb as high as 50°C. The official record in Andalucía for the hottest temperature is 46.5°C, peaking in the cities of Sevilla, Morón and Córdoba. If you’re on the hunt for hot weather (and a great tan), the best time to go to Andalucía would be July or August, as rainfall in these months averages at only 1-5mm. The coast off Malaga on the Mediterranean coast offers swimming, fine sands and a smooth climate--perfect if the holiday you are looking for involves a lot of relaxing on the beach! Also, if the weather is too hot for some of you, you can cool down in one of the area’s many attractions and explore historical wonders such as the Alhambra in Granada.
The autumn weather in Andalucía remains as gorgeous as ever with temperatures averaging around 25°C in September and 20°C in October. Autumn is a popular season to travel to Andalucía even though showers are more likely to come during this month.
One of the great things about Andalucía is that the forecast is almost always sunny, even in winter! The highest winter temperature would be found in Seville which can reach up to 26°C and the lowest temperature would be in Grenada which is around 7°C. This season has the highest levels of rainfall which is due to the weather systems sweeping in from the west. In recent years, January received three times as much rainfall than the average in the last thirty years, and some parts of Cadiz received 200mm of rain! This season is mainly best for the tourist holidays and for people who don’t mind the slight chance of rain. With all that Andalucía has to offer, you will probably be able to get from place to place without getting totally soaked! It has been known to snow in January over the last couple of years but this has only ever been a light coating. Plus with the breath-taking scenery that Andalucía has to offer seeing it in snow would not be a disappointment.