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10 day weather forecast for Almeria, Spain, contains useful information about local wind speed, direction, and gusts, temperature, cloud coverage and precipitation based on the global GFS weathel model. All data updates four times a day with a forecast step of 3 hours. There is also a real-time wind forecast for Almeria, Spain, from the nearest weather station to the spot, and a live Wind Map of the region and the world.
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The weather in Almeria is of a warm semi-arid type, however, in the coastal area, it can be considered Mediterranean type, characterized by its almost desert-like landscape due to the pronounced aridity of the area.
The wind is one of the main characteristics of Almeria. It has about 200 mm of precipitation per year, with approximately 25 days of rainfall. It is located 43 meters above sea level.
Winter in Almería is mild and relatively rainy, occurring in the period between late December and early March with minimum temperatures averaging 8 °C and maximums of 20 °C, and approximately 9 days of rain (78 mm) in the total season.
Spring in Almeria starts in mid-March and goes until the end of June, temperatures during this period range between 11 °C and 23 °C, and on average there are 8 days of rain (43 mm) in the total season.
The summer in Almeria is short, hot, and sunny, it starts at the end of June and goes towards the end of September, the average temperature of the season is 27 °C as maximum temperature and 19 °C as a minimum.
Autumn in Almeria goes from the end of September to mid-December. It is the rainiest period of the year with 85 mm and 10 days of precipitation in the total of the season. Temperatures drop progressively from 26 °C to 12 °C minimum.
Almeria weather forecast for kitesurfing, windsurfing, and surfing in Spain on the Windy.app for iOS. Photo: Antoino-lopez / Unsplash
The best time to visit Almeria will depend on your interests — for sure you won’t want to visit in the summer, given the bans on water sports. But from September onwards you will find all kinds of waves, winds, and scenery. The choice will depend on the level of experience, the purpose of the day, and the weather conditions.
Here you find our Guide of weather parameters, data, indexes, icons and graphics. After reading this post you will surely have an idea of what is the time and the beaches you are most interested in, in any case, the wind is a constant in Almeria.
Almeria is located in the extreme southeast of the Iberian Peninsula. It is the capital of its homonymous province and belongs to the autonomous community of Andalusia in Spain. Almeria is classified as the most arid city in Europe and has more than 200 km of beaches.
This area is new to the surfing scene, less than two decades ago that began to consolidate, is a spot for surfers open to experience, if you are one of those who like to get out of the conventional destinations and take a look at new places, then it is ideal for you. Although the consistency of the waves is not the same as in other regions of Spain, you can get good sessions with volcanic bottoms and the best thing is that it is not the favorite destination for the most experienced surfers, it is an ideal scenario for beginners or amateurs rather than professionals. If you are just starting in the world of wind sports, here is a guide to everything you need to know.
Another advantage is the number of reserves and natural parks, among which we recommend above all the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, where marine activities are combined with waves up to 2 meters perfect for surfers and land activities such as hiking. It is an area with a rocky bottom, so it is recommended for the most experienced, also the presence of sea urchins is a factor to take into account.
Official website: Turismoalmeria.org.