Toledo has a mixed climate between the Mediterranean and continental climate with relatively cold winters and very hot and dry summers. The daily temperature differences are quite high. Summer temperatures can sometimes exceed 40 ° C and in winter they can drop a few degrees below zero.
The average maximum summer temperatures are very hot and reach peaks of over 34 ° C in the months of July and August. In winter, average minimum temperatures close to 0 ° C. In the coldest month, January, the average minimum temperature is 1.3 ° C. Frosts are quite frequent, in one year the city has an average of 33 days of frost, that is, with minimum average temperatures below zero, the days of frost are distributed between November and March. The sunny hours are 2,847 per year.
The climate of the city as regards rainfall is semi-arid, the rains are in fact very scarce. Precipitation is more intense between October and December and between April and May, but it is still scarce at any time of the year, reaching an annual total of only 350 mm. The rainy days are only 56 in a year. Snow is a rather rare event, on average the city has only 2 days of snow per year. The fog is present on average for 34 days a year, almost exclusively between October and February.
WHEN TO GO TO TOLEDO
The best time to visit the city of Toledo are the spring and autumn months, in particular those between April and June and between September and October.
THE CLIMATE OF TOLEDO: CLIMATE TABLES
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