Murcia: February Weather AveragesDaily averages for February
|Sunshine Hours||3 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||44 %|
|Rainfall days||5 days|
|Chance of Rain||25 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||34 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||15 %|
Daily averages for February
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Averages for Murcia in February
February is an exciting month which can be summed up in one word: Carnival. Carnival is a party with parades, costume contests and dance performances that date back over 200 years.
Although Murcia is a lightly travelled tourist destination, it is in close proximity to many interesting areas that are worth a visit. Anyone visiting Murcia during this entire month will be able to locate a Carnival festival in a town very close by. Hint: Aguilas, which hosts its Carnival the week before Lent, is rumoured to have the most elaborate fiesta.
The wonderful weather of Murcia makes any time of year the perfect time to tour the city or the area at large. It is recommended to rent a car in order to experience the beautiful countryside, however some visitors have reported that the complicated system of one-way streets made driving difficult. It depends on which sites people want to see.
Driving in the more rural areas is a breathtaking experience, but there is plenty to see within the city afoot. One piece of advice: make this car/no car decision before you leave to avoid the hassle (and maybe disappointment) of trying to rent a car upon arrival.
The average temperature is 53.1°F (11.7°C).
The average low temperature is 41.4°F (5.2°C).
The average high temperature is 64.8°F (18.2°C).
The average sea temperature is still too cold for swimming and water sports, at 57.2°F (14°C).
There is an average of 1.1” (2.8 cm) of precipitation.
There is an average of 3 days of precipitation, making February yet another dry month.
There is an average of 7 hours of sunlight.
February events in Murcia
Romería de San Blas de Santiago de la Ribera
3rd February 2015
Mar Menor in the south-east of the autonomous community of Murcia traditionally celebrates the Festival of San Blas. Some of the participants will be wearing the typical costume of the Murcian country side and fisherfolk of Santiago dela Ribera. Tradionally terracotta figures were placed above the bed of children in the family, in belief that they would keep throat infections at bay.
Carnaval de Aguilas
10th February 2015 to 24th February 2015
Full of colour from the processions of masks, groups, the releasing of the 'la musona' and the 'egg battle' between the followers of Don Carnaval and Doña Cuaresma.
14th February 2015 to 20th February 2015
Marching brass bands, satirical song groups (chirigotas), fancy-dress competitions and open-air parties keep their rendezvous from Sunday to Tuesday.