Calas De Mallorca: Live Weather
Live weather in Calas De Mallorca
The latest and today's weather in Calas De Mallorca, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:35
- Sunset 18:28
|Temp feels like:||50°F (10°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 53m|
|Pressure:||30.09" (1019 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 19th February in Calas De Mallorca
|Average High||57°F (14°C)|
|Record High||64°F (18°C) (2000)|
|Average Low||37°F (3°C)|
|Record Low||28°F (-2°C) (2005)|
Weather in Calas De Mallorca
Calas de Mallorca is a resort built on the south-east coast of the island of Majorca, situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Majorca is a province of Spain, and is the largest island in the Balearic Islands Archipelago. This coastal resort is popular for people from all over the globe and for all ages, but specifically attracts a large number of families. The island is the largest in the general vicinity, and is the second most populated island, next to Tenerife in the Canary Islands.
Calas de Mallorca enjoys a traditional Mediterranean climate, like many of the other coastal cities and resorts in the vicinity. This area is not known for particularly devastating or dangerous weather, however there are a few hazards that potential travellers should be aware of.
Being a primarily coastal resort, water activities, swimming, boating, and other water-based activities are very popular. Occasionally, the underwater currents and riptides can become quite strong, carrying an unwary traveller too far out into the water. Normally, there are notices and other advisories when the currents are especially strong, so before swimming it's wise to take note of any warnings that have been issued.
The rainy season of Calas de Mallorca can also pose some hazards, mainly because of the islands innate rocky geography. The rainy season can bring strong downpours, which can make driving on the narrow roads – especially in the rocky areas –dangerous. Occasionally, because of the heavy rains, flooding can occur in some areas. If you are visiting during the rainy season, take care when driving or navigating potentially slippery or hazardous landscapes.
Summer in Calas de Mallorca is decidedly Mediterranean in nature, with warm temperatures and dry weather. You can generally expect average afternoon temperatures ranging between 28°C (82°F) at the beginning of the season to around 32°C (90°F) by the end of the summer. The nights are slightly more moderate, with average temperatures ranging between 16°C (61°F) and 19°C (66°F). Summer in Calas de Mallorca has the least frequency of rainfall, though occasional precipitation can occur.
Because of the warm temperatures and dry climate during the season, most travellers opt to visit this time of year. If you are a fan of enjoying the rich coastal landscapes or swimming in the clear blue waters, summer may be the season of choice for you. The summer months run from June through August.
The water's temperature is the warmest during the summer season, ranging from 21°C (70°F) in June to a high of 26°C (79°F) in August. This makes the summer season ideal for swimming and other water-based activities.
Autumn brings a rather sharp increase in rainfall, making many consider it to be the wet & rainy season for the year. The temperatures are generally high, but will cool off as the season progresses. The average afternoon highs will range from 28°C (82°) in September to 19°C (66°F) by November. Overnight lows will also follow the same path and fall from 16°C (61°F) early in the season to 8°C (46°F) by the end.
The rainfall during these months is rather significant, and precipitation can be rather heavy. The average rainfall picks up from summers moderate 10-16mm a month to a high 56mm to 63mm per month. The rain normally comes in short, very heavy downpours; but usually doesn't last for a significant amount of time. This season has the least amount of tourists, due to the heavier rains. Autumn runs from September to November.
The water's temperature begins to decline in this season, from summer. The water temperature begins in early autumn at an average of around 25°C (77°F) and falls to around 19°C (66°F) during the late season.
Winter for Calas de Mallorca has more rain than the summer season, but less than the wet autumn season. The beginning of the season has the most rain, averaging 43mm of rainfall, with less rain through the remainder of the season, with an average of between 34mm to 39mm.
Temperatures cool off throughout these months, though anything particularly cold is rather unusual. The average temperature throughout winter ranges from 10°C (50°F) to 11°C (52°F). During the day, the temperatures can reach 16°C (61°F), with the nights cooling off a bit down to the 4°C (39°F) range.
This season sees tourism pick up slightly, since the weather is moderate and less rainy. However, the bulk of visitors still avoid this season primarily because of the cooler temperatures combined with Calas de Mallorca being primarily a beach-centric resort.
The sea's temperature is at its lowest point during the winter season, making it a bit cool for swimming. The early season water temperature averages around 17°C (63°F) in December to 15°C (59°F) in both January and February.
Spring brings decreasing rainfall, warmed weather, and a pickup in tourism to Calas de Mallorca. Mid to late season is a particularly preferred time to visit, because of the better weather conditions and warmer temperatures. From March to May, average afternoon highs will range from 18°C (64°F) to 24°C (75°F) and lows are anywhere from 5°C (41°F) to 12°C (54°F).
Precipitation significantly lessens, averaging with only 20mm to 35mm of rain per month. Occasional downpours are not uncommon, but they are generally short-lived and pass quickly.
The temperature of the water begins to increase from the cool temperatures of winter. During the early parts of the season, the water is still cold, averaging 15°C (59°F). As the season progresses towards summer, however, the sea's temperature begins to rise, averaging 16°C (61°F) mid-season and 18°C (64°F) during late spring. The spring season runs from late March through May.