Sunshine and warmth
Málaga has a very good climate, with very little cloudy days. During the winter temperatures are never lower than 5ºC and during summer the hottest days don’t exceed 40ºC. And if you’re feeling too hot, the beach is always a bus ride away!
It rains very little, but when it rains it pours heavily. So don’t forget an umbrella!
Sometimes, during the summer, we get the so-called terral, where the air gets really hot and dry. It lasts only a few days, but when it happens it feels like 40ºC.
The Weather through the Seasons
During March, the minimum temperature is 7ºC the maximum 25ºC. Then, when we move towards summer, these values rise and the minimum temperature becomes 16ºC while the maximum stays around 25ºC.
At first, you’ll need to wear jerseys, but later it’ll be enough with just a t-shirt and a jacket.
In June, it begins to be quite hot. The temperatures are never below 18ºC, and sometimes they’ll reach more than 30ºC. Then, in July and August, there’ll never be less than 20ºC, sometimes reaching even 40ºC.
We recommend you bring shorts and t-shirts for this season, and most importantly, swimsuits!
In Autumn temperatures start decreasing. They’ll go from 25ºC maximum at the beginning to 18ºC maximum at the end, with minimums around 10ºC.
This is the time when we start using jerseys again, and when December is close, coats and scarfs are necessary too.
Winters are really mild. The temperatures usually stay between 6ºC and 18ºC
You won’t need really heavy coats, but you’ll still need one thick enough to keep you warm.
|Max. daily temperature (°C)||16.6||17.7||19.1||20.9||23.8||27.3||29.9||30.3||27.9||23.7||19.9||17.4||22.9|
|Average daily temperature (°C)||12||12.8||14||15.6||18.6||22.2||24.8||25.4||23||19||15.3||12.9||18|
|Min. daily temperature (°C)||7.3||7.9||9||10.4||13.4||17.1||19.7||20.5||18.2||14.3||10.8||8.4||13.1|
|Rainy days (≥ 1 mm)||8||6||6||7||5||2||1||1||2||6||7||8||59|
For more information about the weather in Málaga and daily weather forecast, you can look it up in http://en.eltiempo.es/malaga.html or http://uk.weather.com/weather/today/SPXX0052:1:SP.