Spain is the larger of the two countries on the Iberian Peninsula at the western mouth of the Mediterranean. While some of the country features more semi-arid and oceanic climates, most of Spain has a Mediterranean climate. Springtime and autumn are the best times of year for a visit with mild beautiful Spain weather, but up to two days a week may see rain.
Annual Seasons and Temperatures
Spring – March to May are the months of springtime in Spain. The medium temperatures range from 10 to 16 degrees Celsius.
Summer – The months of summer last from June through August. The temperatures can reach the 30s Celsius, but medium temperatures generally stay within 21 and 25 degrees.
Autumn – The autumn season spans the months of September through November. The weather quickly fades into winter cools with medium temperatures sliding from 20 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Winter – December through February are the months of winter. Temperatures can be as low as 2 degrees Celsius, but the medium temperatures are normally between 6 and 8 degrees.
The most rain falls in springtime and autumn, but winter is known for snowfall as well. Summers have the least rain at as low as 10 mm. April, May, and October through December are the months with the most precipitation. November and December usually have the most with more than 55 mm. Still, the total precipitation for the entire year equals less than 500 mm.