Madrid Spain Weather
Spain is on high alert today as large parts of the country are under a blanket of snow after the city's mayor suffered the worst storm in 80 years. Record temperatures then hardened to a 30-hour record snowfall limit, and Spain is now on high alert, with the possibility of a severe snowstorm in the coming days sweeping much of the country in a storm described by city mayors as "the worst in over 80 years." Large parts of Spain have struggled to return to normal after a record cold spell that turned roads and paths into dangerous icy surfaces in areas with extreme winters that are not used to their extreme winters. But now it is fighting again, as massive snowfalls have hardened into ice, turning streets, streets and buildings in parts of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and other cities in northern and eastern Spain into areas of extreme cold that they were not used to. And then it returned to normal, after 30 hours of cold temperatures, record lows and then 30 hours of snow records that hardened into ice.
Snow levels have reached up to 110cm, and up to 1000cm or more in some parts of northern and eastern Spain, according to weather service WX Charts.
The coldest temperature recorded by the state weather agency AEMET fell to -25C when the thermometer dropped to 25.4C. Meanwhile, in the Madrid region, a new low was set for the day in the city, where it fell to + 12Oo, according to AemET. Temperatures have dropped below 20 ° C, which is above normal for this time of year, according to Spanish weather service AEMet. Temperatures dropped below 25C in some parts of the country on Thursday, with temperatures of -20C and -15C
The sparsely populated province of Teruel remains on high alert for heavy snowfall, while large parts of Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia are also on high alert for wintry weather. The sparsely populated provinces of Teruel and Aragua remain on "high alert" for "heavy snowfall," while larger areas in Aragua, Catalonia, Valencia and beyond are also on "high alert" for the wintry weather, according to AEMET.
The sparsely populated province of Teruel remains on "high alert" for heavy snowfall, while large areas of Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia are also on alert, according to AEMET. The sparsely populated provinces of Teruel and Valencia remain on high alert for "heavy snowfall," while larger areas in Aragua, Catalonia, Valencia and beyond are also on "high alert" for wintry weather.
Schools remain closed in Madrid and much of central Spain, with a "severe weather alert" in place, according to AEMET. Schools remain closed in Madrid and on high alert in the city of Barcelona, Aragua, Catalonia, Valencia and beyond. Schools remain close to schools and Spain has the highest severe weather warning level. Schools that remain closed or attend secondary schools are on the highest severe weather warning level. Schools remain open or in poor condition - school closures or school closures for the rest of the week. The school remains closed or out of service - a lower-than-normal level for schools.
The National Weather Service reported that by 7 a.m. in Madrid, snowfall had reached levels not seen in a century. Madrid has been on high alert since a new storm warning system was introduced in 2007. The National Weather Service reports that snowfall has not been seen in Barcelona, Aragua, Catalonia, Valencia and beyond for centuries. The national weather agency reports: "As of 7 a.m., snowfall in the city of Barcelona and the rest of Catalonia has reached the level of an unprecedented century," according to AEMET.
May, June, September and early October are the best times to visit Madrid, as these are sunny and very warm. It can be unpleasant in the summer months, so those who do not like hot weather should not visit Madrid in the middle of summer. The best time to visit Madrid is between the end of June and the end of August, according to this figure.
The weather is relatively pleasant, sandwiched between the sweltering heat of the summer months and the cold, rainy winter months. June in Madrid is pleasant; the days are hot and sunny, but do not reach the unbearable extremes of July and August. October begins with the highest temperatures, 52 degrees, which is a low at the beginning of the month.
Winter in Madrid is cold and dry, and snow is not as frequent as in other parts of Spain. The coldest month in Madrid is January, although December and February are also cold, especially when it is windy.
If you want to visit Madrid in a very warm time, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If dry weather is the thing, then July and August are the time. September is one of the driest months in Madrid and the warmest month in Spain.