Madrid climate from January to april
Knowing the climate of the Spanish capital is important to not be caught unprepared during the winter season should the intention was to spend a few days away from the usual routine. The city of Madrid is characterised by a continental climate, i.e. winters rather cold winters and sunny, hot and dry summers.
The capital city is in a unique location, unlike other parts of Spain, and it is precisely for this reason that seasonal seasonal temperature swings that are not indifferent
Madrid from January to february
January and February are the two coldest months of the year. The average temperature in January is 5.5°, the seasonal maximum can reach peaks of 10° and lows around 0 frosts and snowfalls rarely occur.
The city is located on the Meseta plateau, over 650 metres above sea level, which explains why temperatures here are cold (as mentioned earlier), unlike the other cities which are milder.
As for the disturbances, they are rather frequent but not regular. It is rare for several consecutive days of rain to occur consecutive days of rain, instead it is easier to come across a rather light drizzle rather light rain.
Fog is very frequent during this period. There are 24 days of fog between November and February. It is present at night and in the early morning hours.
Madrid from March to April
Spring is characterised by mild and variable weather, with sunny days and others where clouds and rain dominate dominate
Those who want to visit the capital during this period can do so because the temperatures begin to be pleasant especially with the with the arrival of spring.
Should there be the passage of some disturbance atlantic disturbance, temperatures never fall below the seasonal average.
In April, the days are sunny and gradually the weather begins to get warmer and warmer. There is not the mugginess and heat that one has to endure during the summer season with peaks of up to 40°C.
It should be noted that the temperature range is quite considerable between day and night. In this respect, it is advisable to pack rather heavy jumpers and sweatshirts for evening outings, while during the day, mid-season clothing is fine, i.e. light but not too light.