The city of Cordoba has a Mediterranean climate but with both continental and oceanic influences. The city has very hot and dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Temperatures vary considerably daily and the maximum summer temperatures of Cordoba are often among the highest in Europe.
Temperatures reach very high values in July and August when the city records average maximum temperatures around 36 ° C and average minimum temperatures of over 18 ° C. In the months between June and September the average maximum temperatures are always above 31 ° C. In the winter months the maximum average temperatures reach the minimum value in January with 14.9 ° C, while the minimum average temperatures in January reach 3.6 ° C.
The rains are concentrated between October and April, the rainiest months are November and December. The summer months are dry and between June and August the rains are very rare. The annual average rainfall is 600 mm. Cordoba has an average of 57 rainy days per year, monthly from 8 rainy days in December to 0 rainy days in July. The average annual humidity is around 60%. Cordoba has 2,903 hours of sunshine per year.
WHEN TO GO TO CORDOBA
The best months for a visit to Cordoba are those of spring, between March and mid-June, and of autumn, between September and October, which are the periods of the year with milder and more pleasant climate. The summer is instead very hot.
THE CLIMATE OF CORDOBA: CLIMATIC TABLES
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