Mijas: Live Weather

Live weather in Mijas

The latest and today's weather in Mijas, Spain updated regularly

Friday 24 November
20:10 GMT | 21:10 CET
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Last updated:

24 Nov
UK Time: 20:00 GMT
Local Time: 21:00 CET
Mostly Clear
13°C (55°F)
  • Sunrise 08:05
  • Sunset 18:05
Temp feels like: 16°C (61°F)
Length of Day: 10h 0m
Pressure: 30.15" (1021 hpa)
Visiblity: 10 miles (16 km)
Average for November 14°C (57°F)
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Historic Temperatures for 24th November in Mijas

Average High 17°C (63°F)
Record High 22°C (72°F) (2014)
Average Low 8°C (46°F)
Record Low 3°C (37°F) (1999)

Weather in Mijas

When you travel to a beautiful area such as Mijas, found in the southern area of Spain, you will want to give yourself the opportunity to enjoy the sights. You need to have suitable weather for walking and touring the various historic sites, as well as scenic routes. Due to its elevation, the weather is different from many of the other coastal areas.

Even though the weather may be slightly cooler and sometimes cloudier than the rest of coastal Spain, it hardly puts a damper on the overall experience of the temperate weather that makes tourists flock to this area. While you may prefer the cooler nights and warmer days of the spring and summer in Mijas, the winter and fall months boast cold temperatures but many days full of sunshine.

Summer may seem like the best time of year to visit any city along a coastline, but Mijas may be the exception. With hotter days and more humidity, the sightseeing can be hindered by an inability to properly cool off or stave off things like heatstroke while hiking. The summer storms can come and go at a whim, and your entire afternoon plan may be changed with one of these passing storms. If not for these late summer storms, the area would be full of dust and haze.

Because it is at a higher elevation, the pollution from the bustling cities below can be felt in Mijas during the summer months when there is no breeze. However, many summer nights will be slightly cooler and you may be able to enjoy the breeze coming from the sea. The summers in Mijas last from June until September. September will see the majority of thunderstorms as the cold front is working to break the heat and making its way into the elevated city.

In autumn, the rest of Europe will see cooler temperatures earlier than Spain due to its location. At times, the heat can continue from September into October, creating the first feelings of autumn in mid to late October. The fall will have a wet feeling throughout the air as the warm and cold air are constantly battling it out. Visitors to the area in the autumn should be prepared for some rainy days. This time of the year brings the most rain to Mijas, yet in comparison to other cities, the weather is mild. If you have a day full of rain and storms, rest assured that the very next day will probably be cloudless with a sky full of sunshine.

Winter in Mijas is drastically different in comparison to other European cities. The sun is shining bright and the temperatures are moderate in comparison to the surrounding areas. The warm sea air can help keep the chill out of your bones while you visit, but there may be some days when it is noticeably more like the winter you're used to. You may notice a slight frost on the flowers and shrubbery that is left exposed, but it is rare to see snow. In fact, snow and heavy sleet have been sighted only about once every 10 years in Mijas. In 2012, Mountain Mijas saw its first snow covered top in over 10 years and many residents noticed the much cooler than normal temperatures.

Spring is arguably the best time to visit Mijas. Not only will you be able to see all the foliage in bloom and enjoy the longer days, but the weather will be at the moderate temperatures you were probably hoping for by visiting the coast of Spain. The nights are still a bit cool in early spring and the rains can still plague your outside adventures, but for the most part, the days are sunny and the nights are cool. As spring carries on, the nights will become a bit warmer, making them perfect for patio dining and drinks. The breeze will usually carry the humidity away and you can enjoy weather that is described by many as 'perfect'. You may still run into a stray shower or two, but it is rare that it will be an entire weekend or week of rain in the spring. The rain comes and goes and because it doesn√Ęt linger, you can have a rainy morning followed by a perfectly lovely afternoon.

Overall Weather in Mijas

As you plan your trip to Mijas, it is important to keep in mind the activities in which you are participating. If you long to be outside in the warm sun with very little chance of rain ruining your plans, the late spring and summer may be your ideal time. The weather will be warm, so plan on wearing comfortable, cool clothing that will allow for perspiration while you hike, bike, or walk the streets. It is the peak travel time so you can expect the flights in and out to be more costly and the area lodging may be more difficult to acquire, but with the right amount of planning, this time of year can be ideal for many people.

If you enjoy the cooler weather and maybe activities indoors, the late fall and winter may be your perfect choice. Many people will travel to Mijas to just get away from it all. With the elevation, views, and beauty of their surroundings, they are content to walk around when they can, but will enjoy the view from a warm, cozy hotel room. When there is a break in the weather, you will see tourists walking the streets and trying new food and buying souvenirs for their friends and family, regardless of the season.

Making travel plans according to the weather and what will suit your travel needs the most is a great way to decide when and where to go on your holiday. Not only will you be happier when you are able to choose the activities, but you will be happy when you can perform them. There is nothing much worse than a holiday of wonderful planning and ideas that is thwarted by bad weather.

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