MADRID CLIMATE & WHEN TO VISIT
Madrid is the fourth hottest city in Europe during summer, which is so blistering. However, tourists witness some welcome breaks from this hot weather and cooler evenings. The temperature can climbs more than 40 ºC, for the reason market places often remain closed during the noon. The mild summer evenings of June are good to enjoy the city’s wonderful active nightlife. However, if tourists desire to visit Madrid during summer, they should prefer June, which sees an average minimum of 15 ºC and an average maximum of 27 ºC.
Rainfall is typical concentrated into autumn months in Madrid. Because the surroundings are somewhat milder during autumn, many activities on the streets are occurred, such as ‘Marcha’. Many cultural activities take place in Madrid in the autumn, as it coincides with the beginning of the school year and the return to work post after the summer break.
In winter, the people of Madrid witness the blue sky touched with light swollen white clouds. Mountain air continues to wash over the city and the streets are again concentrated with people. It is usual for the temperature to hit freezing, and it often gets cold enough to support snowfall during this season. The lowest average temperature stands at 2 ºC while the highest average at 9 ºC during December and January.
Spring in Madrid comes as the consequent of winter, which brings a more relaxed weather for the tourists. The sun begins to stay for longer time and shine Madrid from more than 7 hours each day. Night times remain cool and hardly rise above 10°C.