Malta Weather

Malta has a unique climate with temperatures of up to 34° C in midsummer (July and August), during the time of the warm African Sirocco winds.

The lowest average daily temperature is 15° C in January. The highest precipitation has been measured from November to February, but rain is a rare occurrence in Malta during spring and summer.

Swimming season lasts from May to October.
 

 
Average daily temperatures (°C)
Daily sunshine hours
Precipitation (mm)
Hi
Lo
January
16.3
10.0
5.46
97.8
February
19.5
9.9
6.36
61.2
March
21.1
11.3
7.33
37.4
April
24.2
12.9
8.46
29.8
May
26.5
16.3
9.99
10.4
June
29.7
20.1
11.23
1.2
July
34.5
22.5
12.15
0.3
August
34.8
23.4
11.36
7.6
September
29.9
21.5
9.00
56.4
October
25.5
18.5
7.22
70.7
November
21.3
14.9
6.50
121.9
December
17.6
11.5
5.20
108.9

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Malta Winter Weather 2015/2016

In the winter of 2015/2016 the weather in Malta was so warm, dry and sunny that we decided to make an infographic about it! (The weather data was supplied by Malta Airport Met Office).

MALTA WINTER WEATHER 2015/16. Total hours of sunshine: December – 198 hours, January – 211 hours, February – 196 hours. Number of sunny days: December – 19 days, January – 20 days, February – 16 days. December 2015, January 2016 and February 2016 all had more hours of bright sunshine than the norm! Average hours of sunshine per day: December - 6.4 hours, January – 6.8 hours, February – 6.8 hours. Average daily high temperature: December – 17.8°C, January – 16.9°C, February – 18.6°C. The highest air temperature over the whole winter was 23.6°C on 15th February 2016. Total rainfall per month: December – 45.8mm, January – 28.2mm, February – 2.6mm. Infographic by Maltalingua School of English – www.maltalingua.com.

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