Weather and Climate in Morocco

When to travel to Morocco?

Morocco is located at the top, northwest of the continent of Africa. There are long coasts with good temperatures. If you navigate further inland, the conditions become more extreme. Height differences play a big role in Morocco. The country is very roughly divided into three different weather levels: the coastal belt, the inland area and the southwestern areas where the Sahara desert is located.

If you travel with Tourist Travel to Morocco, we will make it a duty that you have a wonderful holiday. The weather in Morocco is generally at a good temperature. In winter, you can experience Marrakech with an average temperature of 21 degrees in winter. In summer it is 38 degrees, which testifies to a nice climate.

General about the climate and weather in Morocco

According to ethnicityology, the weather in Morocco is generally known for the varying differences in the seasons of the year as well as in day and night. The tropical climate in Morocco is strongly affected by the desert. Throughout the year you will experience dry air and heat with temperatures from 19-37 ° C. Along the coasts, both by the Mediterranean in the north and by the Atlantic in the west, you will experience a cooler temperature due to the sea breeze.

It is not to be missed, but the rain falls all year round in Morocco. If you are going to rain dance in Morocco you should go there in November-March, but it is really not bad and should not abstain from Morocco at all.

The inner area

The interior of Morocco has a relatively harsh climate compared to the coastal belt. Due to the Sahara Desert, which is partly found here, the average temperature reaches 38 degrees in summer and 21 degrees in winter.

Unbelievably, the night temperature can easily cross the freezing point. Therefore, always pack accordingly when visiting cities like Marrakech. This is an absolutely amazing city to visit in the winter.

Marrakech Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Christmas Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Rain 32 35 31 29 14 4 1 2 6 22 38 35
Max. temp. 18 20 22 24 27 31 36 36 32 27 22 19
Mine. temp. 6 8 9 11 14 16 20 20 18 15 10 7

The coastal belt

The coastal belt

Morocco’s coastal areas all have a generally Mediterranean climate. This means that the summers by the sea are warm and the winters are mild. The Canary River brings cold water into the area.

The coastal belt is therefore a great place to celebrate summer, and these summers are thankfully long. At the same time, winters are mild. Precipitation is not something you need to worry about on your trip to Morocco.

Essaouira Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Christmas Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Rain 7 44 31 3 82 0 0 1 3 27 121 42
Max temp. 23 21 21 23 24 28 31 32 29 28 23 21
Mine. temp. 14 13 13 14 17 19 22 23 21 20 16 14

The southwestern area

The southwestern part of Morocco you can find sand, sand and sand again. You can experience the Sahara desert with Tourist Travel in Morocco. Here one finds unusual phenomena such as when the warm air from the desert hits the cold air from the Atlantic Ocean. This creates a haze and fog in a thick amount.

It is naturally hot and dry in the Sahara desert. When we go camel trekking through the desert, you will experience some completely wild nature experiences. You just have to remember to stay hydrated, otherwise you may get dizzy.

Imlil Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Christmas Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Rain 7 55 43 9 36 1 9 14 5 9 42 30
Max temp. 23 22 23 27 30 36 41 42 36 32 24 21
Mine. temp. 11 10 10 12 16 21 24 28 22 19 13 10

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