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Climate & Weather in Portugal

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Portugal's climate varies considerably from north to south and from coast to mountain. The south experiences Mediterranean weather with particularly mild winters and hot summers. Further north, the coast is warmed by the Gulf Stream, winters are still mild and summers delightfully warm. Away from the coast the summers are hotter but the winter temperatures are significantly lower.

Weather Averages in Portugal


Lisbon
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Average Temperature
51°F
11°C
53°F
12°C
56°F
13°C
58°F
14°C
62°F
17°C
68°F
20°C
73°F
23°C
73°F
23°C
71°F
22°C
64°F
18°C
57°F
14°C
53°F
12°C
Average High Temperature
57°F
14°C
59°F
15°C
62°F
17°C
65°F
18°C
70°F
21°C
77°F
25°C
82°F
28°C
83°F
28°C
80°F
27°C
70°F
21°C
63°F
17°C
58°F
14°C
Average Low Temperature
45°F
C
47°F
C
49°F
C
51°F
11°C
54°F
12°C
59°F
15°C
63°F
17°C
64°F
18°C
62°F
17°C
57°F
14°C
51°F
11°C
48°F
C
Highest Recorded Temperature
68°F
20°C
72°F
22°C
84°F
29°C
84°F
29°C
95°F
35°C
109°F
43°C
109°F
43°C
104°F
40°C
102°F
39°C
90°F
32°C
77°F
25°C
73°F
23°C
Lowest Recorded Temperature
30°F
-1°C
30°F
-1°C
36°F
C
37°F
C
45°F
C
50°F
10°C
54°F
12°C
50°F
10°C
50°F
10°C
43°F
C
37°F
C
32°F
C
Average Number of Days With Precipitation
16
days
16
days
15
days
16
days
13
days
9
days
5
days
4
days
8
days
13
days
15
days
17
days
Average Number of Days With Precipitation
16
days
16
days
15
days
16
days
13
days
9
days
5
days
4
days
8
days
13
days
15
days
17
days




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