Seville: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Seville
The latest and today's weather in Seville, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 08:17
- Sunset 18:07
- Moonrise 21:55
- Moonset 11:17
|Temp feels like:||13°C (55°F)|
|Dew Point:||6°C (43°F)|
|Pressure:||30.48" (1032 hpa)|
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Historic Temperatures for 29th November in Seville
|Average High||17°C (63°F)|
|Record High||22°C (72°F) (2004)|
|Average Low||7°C (45°F)|
|Record Low||2°C (36°F) (1998)|
Weather Overview for Seville
Overview for Seville
Seville has a beautiful Mediterranean climate, featuring stifling hot summers and milder winters. Located in the South West of Spain, this stunning city is one of the warmest in Europe. The hottest ever European temperature occurred in 1881 in Seville when temperatures reached a sweltering 50 degrees on August 4th.
The weather in Seville is pretty consistent each year with soaring temperatures in July and August. The height of summer can provide challenging weather, especially for sightseeing. One of the most popular sites to view in Seville, Plaza de Espana is one of the hottest places in the city. Autumn and spring offer more moderate heat, which is more enjoyable. Winter is milder, however, the weather is still better than the rain and snow of England.
Spring and autumn are still warm but there is significant rainfall. It’s still a good time to visit the city as there is plenty of sunshine, with average temperatures in spring hitting the twenties. In March, you’ll find a peak in the low twenties with the mid-twenties being reached in April. In May, the average temperature is around the high twenties. Rain helps spring to feel cooler with a few heavy rain storms hitting the city. However, many will find spring a refreshing time to visit Seville as it’s less busy than summer.
Summer is extremely busy in Seville. From June until September, temperatures rarely peak below the thirties. The hottest weather occurs in July and August with an average maximum temperature of 36°C and minimum temperatures of around the low twenties. At times, the temperatures can peak into the forties with twelve hours of sunshine each day.
There is very little wind or rain as Seville is extremely dry throughout summer. Droughts can occur in July and August when peak tourist season occurs. Seville is a nocturnal city as temperatures cause siestas to take place during the day. However, when the sun starts to set, bars and cafes become very lively.
Autumn brings cooler temperatures to the region with mid to low twenties occurring in October and November. However, at night, the temperatures are refreshingly cool at around the low teens (on average). Many will enjoy the milder temperatures as it brings relief from the heat and it’s unlikely that you will need to pack a jacket. October and November does bring downpours, so pack an umbrella if you’re visiting during these months. There is also less sunshine in autumn than in spring or summer but it’s still a great time to visit the region, especially if you prefer a more chilled atmosphere.
Winter is much milder and the coldest month is January. Temperatures at this time of year are around the mid-teens and the minimum is six degrees. Colder temperatures occur from December until February, however, the weather tends to be more pleasant than in the UK. Many locals don’t have heating in their homes as it is still fairly warm, even for Spain.
If you’re visiting Seville in winter then you can expect 7 to 8 days of rain per month. This is normally in the form of heavy showers. The rest of the month is clear with around six hours of sunshine each day, which is pretty good for a European destination at this time of year.