Climate and weather in Morocco
If no season is to be banished, on the other hand, each offers its climatic nuances according to the regions. Here is a glimpse of the Moroccan climate over the seasons …
Spring in Morocco:
Unquestionably the best season in the whole country! The trees are in bloom, the High-peaks still crowned with snow, the verdant landscapes, the warmth Present but without excess … In short, nature is on its 31st!
Summer in Morocco:
Can be a heatwave in the cities of the interior and the Great South. Travelers who do not support the heat will avoid leaving in these areas during the summer. Tafraoute, Zagora and Marrakech display record temperatures crossing the threshold of 40 ° in the shade (attention in the desert the trend reverses at night!). On the other hand, it is the ideal season to storm the Atlas and RIF Summits, tempered by altitude. Ditto for the temperate coastline by the sea breeze which offers a warm and pleasant climate.
Autumn in Morocco:
The temperature in the cities of the interior and in the Great South becomes
Bearable and in fact an ideal and recommended season to travel through these areas.
Winter in Morocco:
Generally speaking, the climate is very lenient during the day in the south, in the Coastal areas and inner cities. It is not uncommon for the sky to show a beautiful Blue color and the temperature exceeds 20 °. But watch out for the gaps! If The days can be idyllic, the nights, they are often … icy.
Paradox accentuated by the lack of heating in the houses. Some rains are also to be expected as well as a dampness on the coast. As the spring approaches the almond trees and cherry blossom in the south. You will avoid the mountain and the highlands where the winters are rigorous with snow, freezing, and closure of frequent passes.
At the mercy of the Wind
NB: In any season, it is not uncommon for the Sirocco (the wind from the south of the Sahara) and the Charles (The Wind from the east of the Sahara) to blow up abrupt temperatures.