Malaga Weather Forecast

What is the Current Temperature in Malaga?

Malaga on the Costa del Sol in Spain, has long been popular with tourists due to its nice excellent weather conditions all year round.  Here we tell you all you need to know about the Malaga weather before you head off on holiday or to catch a plane.

The following report shows the weather conditions in Malaga today and also the 10 day forecast for Malaga:

For a 5 day weather forecast for Malaga visit the BBC five day weather page.

For a 7 day weather forecast for Malaga visit the MyForecast seven day forecast page.

For a 15 day weather forecast for Malaga visit the MyForecast fifteen day forecast page.

Average Temperatures in Malaga

The following average temperatures for Malaga are as supplied by the Spanish Institute of Meterology.

Average weather temperature in Malaga in January: 11.98 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in February: 12.52 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in March: 14.80 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in April: 16.85 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in May: 19.54 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in June: 24.38 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in July: 26.16 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in August: 26.05 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in September: 23.20 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in October: 19.93 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in November: 15.20 °C
Average weather temperature in Malaga in December: 12.65 °C

Average Rainfall in Malaga

The following average rainfall figures are as supplied by the Spanish Institute of Meterology.

Average rainfall for Malaga in January: 66.67 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in February: 82.18  mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in March: 44.74 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in April: 42.70 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in May: 24.50 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in June: 6.92 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in July: 7.56 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in August: 7.74 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in September: 6.24 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in October: 42.12 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in November: 93.76 mm
Average rainfall for Malaga in December: 90.00 mm

The Malaga Climate

Being on the Costa del Sol Malaga obviously enjoys some truly superb weather during the four seasons.  The summers are certainly hot with temperatures often reaching over 40°C (104°F) whilst the winters are short enjoying sunshine throughout most of the winter months.

Although the amount of rainfull during the year is quite low, when it does actually rain it seems to really make up for it!  Downpours can be quite heavy although generally they come in bursts and don't tend to last for more than a few days at a time.

Do I really need to tell you about the summer months?  No, I didn't think so!  Everyone is well aware that the wether during the summer is what attracts so many holidaymakers to the region. The sun is particularly bright during the day so it's advisable that you always wear some quality sunglasses whilst you are out and about in the sun.

The climate periods in Maliga which most people seem to enjoy, including the Spanish, are from April to June and from September to November where temperatures reach a very comfortable level.

Malaga therefore has quite an enviable climate in that you can enjoy all the four seasons in the way they were meant to be enjoyed.  You certainly won't be disappointed with the waether in Malaga!

Travelling To Malaga

The airport is just outside the main city of Malaga itself and is just a short bus ride away. Taxis are also available from the airport and if you want to drive yourself you can check out the very competitive rates for Malaga car rental. You can also choose to fly into the airport in Gibraltar instead, which is 50 minutes away or alternatively, Seville airport, although that is a two hour journey away from Malaga. Malaga is actually quite an underrated city even though it has some fascinating historical buildings and sites to visit and the very popular main street, Calle Larios, is a "must visit" part of the city. You can't help but be taken in by the charm of this typically Spanish city.