Puerto Pollensa: Live Weather
Live weather in Puerto Pollensa
The latest and today's weather in Puerto Pollensa, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:33
- Sunset 19:49
|Temp feels like:||23°C (73°F)|
|Length of Day:||12h 16m|
|Pressure:||30.15" (1021 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Latest Puerto Pollensa Holiday Reviews
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Historic Temperatures for 20th September in Puerto Pollensa
|Average High||25°C (77°F)|
|Record High||33°C (91°F) (2014)|
|Average Low||15°C (59°F)|
|Record Low||10°C (50°F) (2005)|
Weather in Puerto Pollensa
Puerto Pollensa (also known as Port de Pollenca), is a small town on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca (Majorca). Puerto Pollensa is located on the northern coast of the island and features sandy beaches, warm waters and a relaxed atmosphere.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Puerto Pollensa experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters.
Summer is long and hot, and the hottest, driest period lasts from May to September. Naturally, this is the peak period for tourists who come to experience the high temperatures, long hours of sunshine and warm waters.
The really hot weather arrives in June when average temperatures push past 25Â°C. Temperatures rise further in July when the average reaches 29Â°C. July and August are the hottest time of year, with both months experiencing averages of 29Â°C. During these months the temperature regularly reaches well into the thirties, and conditions are ideal for relaxing on the beach and taking a cooling dip in the clear waters. September sees temperatures fall slightly to a still-hot 26Â°C.
As with all Mediterranean climates, the summer months are characterised by extremely dry weather. June and July are the driest months of the year, with just 20mm and 15mm of rain falling in each of those months. August is somewhat wetter than July and August, with rainfall averaging 37mm. Rainfall does, however, rise dramatically in September, when 72mm of rain can be expected. This usually falls in heavy downpours which punctuate otherwise good weather.
Visitors can expect plenty of sunshine, as the summer months see almost continuous sunny weather. July averages eleven hours of sunshine per day, while June and August average ten. The sun can be relentlessly hot during the hottest part of the day, so plenty of sun-block is, of course, essential.
With all that hot weather, most visitors will want to relax in the clear waters of the Mediterranean. The water is pleasantly warm. Sea temperatures gradually rise through the summer, from 21Â°C in June to a peak of 25Â°C in August.
Autumn (October and November)remains warm, but sees the highest rainfall of the year. October sees up to 110mm of rainfall while November experiences around 100mm. However, temperatures remain high, with averages of 22Â°C in October and 18Â°C in November.
Winter (December - February) is extremely mild and can even feel quite warm. January is the coolest month, but average temperatures are 14Â°C, which is still fairly warm for winter. December is fairly wet, with an average 83mm of rainfall, and January and February see a reasonable amount of rainfall, averaging 72mm and 60mm respectively.
Spring (March and April) can be extremely pleasant. Temperatures rise gently from winter levels, with an average 16Â°C in March and 18Â°C in April, and sunshine levels rise too. March and April see some showers, so sunshine is not as certain as it is in summer. Towards the end of April the rainfall levels start to drop away as summer weather approaches.