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The Climate in Malaga

The Climate in Malaga
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When planning your trip, consider Malaga weather

. The weather in Malaga Spain is favourable most of the year. The summers are hot and dry. The winters are mild with no snow. The spring and autumn are warm. The sun shines most days of the year in this city. There is some rain in the autumn and winter, compared to summer.

Consider what you want in your vacation when planning your trip. Do you want the heat and sunshine of summer? This is the most popular time to visit, but does get very hot. If you want to enjoy the sun, but don't want the hot temperatures, you may want to consider travelling in spring or early autumn. Winter is nice here and is perfect for escaping the cold and snow of other areas.

Malaga Weather in Spring and Summer

Spring is a nice time to visit the Costa del Sol. The temperatures are warm, but not too hot. The average high temperature in the day time ranges from 18 to 24 degrees Celsius. The average night time temperature is between 9 and 15 degrees.
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There isn't much rain in the spring time. The average monthly rainfall ranges from about 60 mm in March to 20 mm per month in May. The warm temperatures and infrequent rain make spring a good time to enjoy golf and other outdoor activities. If you want to avoid the heat of summer, consider planning your vacation for spring.

The summer is the most popular time to visit the Costa del Sol. The summer season begins in June with burning sunshine and high heat. The sunshine is nearly unbroken in this month. You will enjoy cooler breezes by the sea. Pay close attention to your skin. Sunburn is worst in June. Be sure to apply sunscreen frequently when spending time outside.

In July, it rains very rarely. The temperature gets hot during the day, but drops at night. On very hot days, the temperature can climb to 40 degrees Celsius (104 F). A cool breeze at night helps cool things off, until the heat of the next day. Toward the end of July, the humidity level increases.

August is the hottest month in Malaga. There is more humidity than in either June or July. There is occasional sea fog that can make the city feel like a sauna. Heat spells of 40 degrees Celsius during the day and 30 at night are not unusual. There are the occasional thunderstorms in August. Most occur at night and they are more frequent in the later part of the month.

Malaga Weather in Autumn and Winter

Autumn remains warm in this region. The average daily temperatures in autumn range from 19 to 28 degrees during the day time. The temperatures in September are warmest and gradually cool through October and November. At night, the temperatures drop to between 11 and 19 degrees Celsius.

There is a bit more rain in the autumn, compared to the summer. The rainfall ranges from about 16 mm per month in September to about 90 mm per month in November. There is more rain in the later autumn, with about six rainy days typical in the month of November.
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The winter months have the most rainy days in this region. Most days are still not rainy, with rain falling only about six or seven days out of each month. This can vary by year, with some years having more rain than others. In general, most days during the winter are still sunny. Snow is extremely rare.

The temperatures in the winter are very mild. The average day time temperature ranges between 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. The temperatures drop at night to between 7 and 9 degrees. The mild temperatures in winter make this area a great place to visit for people wanting to escape the freezing temperatures of Northern Europe.

The Climate in Malaga

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