Calella: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Calella
The latest and today's weather in Calella, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:00
- Sunset 20:36
- Moonrise 09:03
- Moonset 23:44
|Temp feels like:||50°F (10°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 11m|
|Dew Point:||54°F (12°C)|
|Pressure:||30.24" (1024 hpa)|
Latest Calella Holiday Reviews
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Historic Temperatures for 21st April in Calella
|Average High||68°F (20°C)|
|Record High||77°F (25°C) (2007)|
|Average Low||45°F (7°C)|
Weather Overview for Calella
Thanks to its positioning just below the border of France and
the mild Mediterranean climate that Calella De La Costa enjoys all year round;
this region is one of
is still very pleasant but yet one of the colder vicinities of Spain. The
Average temperatures in Calella De La Costa are 22Â°C and from time to time can reach up to 30Â°C throughout the summer season. When taking a vacation in Calella you can expect an average of twelve hours of sunshine in a day during the summer season with the winter sunshine reduced by half, to about six hours only. Rainfall during the summer is very minimal averaging at around 40mm per month. The months of July and August are the two hottest months so if guests prefer it a bit milder, then the most suitable time to visit is during spring throughout the months of May and June.
In the winter season, the sun will conceal and the hours of daylight will lessen, temperatures will generally tend to drop to 12Â°C or below throughout this time. Even though the rain in Calella is very mild and the region does not experience regular storms, these months are the point in time where precipitation and relative humidity are at their highest.
There is barely any rain in Calella, and rain mainly falls between the months of September and February, averaging at about 75mm over this time. November is categorically the wettest month with rainfall occasionally averaging above 80mm.
Given the weather in the Calella De La Costa can be varying; visitors can frequently see a number of sturdy winds, which come from behind the mountains. These winds help to keep down the temperatures in the summer season and bring a chill during the winter. Calella boats to be prized with the European superiority â€śBlue Flagâ€ť Calella beach that stretches for more than two thousand meters of fine white sand. It is a spacious and popular beach, with clear waters and moderate waves. Since it is quieter along its southern stretch the long days of sunshine and customary temperatures mean that this region is a well suited destination for outdoor activities all year round.