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THE WEATHER AND CLIMAT IN MOROCCO

THE WEATHER AND CLIMAT IN MOROCCO

THE WEATHER AND CLIMAT IN MOROCCO
THE WEATHER AND CLIMAT IN MOROCCO


The climate in Morocco is as varied as its geographic diversity.Morocco has a temperate and subtropical climate with cool sea breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.However, the temperatures in Morocco in the interior are higher, especially in the summer, and winters are fairly cold.

The average weather in Morocco during the winter season is about 21 ° C, it rises in summer until it reaches about 38 ° C, most days of the year are sunny, and the best time to visit Morocco is considered during the months of April and May, and for those who prefer coastal areas prefer Two months are July and August, but the temperature in the desert areas is never mild, but very hot in the afternoon.

The temperature in Morocco and the climate varies depending on the topography. The temperature is high in the desert region in the southern and southeastern part of Morocco while it can reach freezing in the mountain ranges during the night.


Morocco weather in spring


Spring in Morocco is not a time for coastal vacations because the ocean is cold at this time, the weather is fairly humid, and until the end of the spring there is no chance for a comfortable swim because the temperature is around 19 degrees Celsius. He did it except for swimming and lounging in the sun, such as sightseeing and cultural activities, visiting many treatment centers, and tasting Moroccan food, a wonderful blend of traditional Arabic dishes with fine cooking methods. In April, the weather in Morocco begins to move towards the heat, and May is the beginning of the season for the opening of crops, especially citrus.



Weather in Morocco in summer


During the summer season, the weather in Morocco is affected by the Azurian elevation and the weather is hot and dry.The temperature in the summer season is very high except for the coastal areas to the south of Casablanca.The summer season is considered a coastal holiday season, during which the Atlantic Ocean is characterized by large waves The calmest Mediterranean waters, and the best summer months suitable for coastal tourism are July and August. The Azurian highland is an anti-pressure and semi-permanent area, its pressure is relatively high and its air is calm and is centered over the Atlantic Ocean at about 30 degrees north latitude in the winter, south of the Azores. In the global climate system, in the summer, the pressure center shifts about 35 degrees north across the Iberian Peninsula, causing drought and hot weather in the Mediterranean region.If it lasts longer than the summer months, it causes drought and little rainfall.

Weather in Morocco in autumn


The weather in Morocco at the beginning of autumn is almost as hot as the summer, especially in the inner cities and towns, while the coasts have a warmer climate due to cold breezes, and the best month during the fall is September, and in October the weather in Morocco begins to cool little by little Swimming becomes uncomfortable, but autumn in Morocco is suitable for many other activities.After the summer heat, you can take a tour of the old mosques of Marrakech with its architectural value and other attractions of Arab culture in the Middle East.

Weather in Morocco in winter


In the winter in Morocco, humid and cold sea air prevails due to hurricanes from the north and northwest, but periods of cold are sometimes interrupted by the hot tropical eastern air, for example at the same place in Casablanca on the same date from different years. And -3 degrees Celsius. The humidity of the weather in Morocco causes fog formation in the winter, and precipitation is fairly frequent at this time of year.

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