As always on this website, I’ll talk about the city of Barcelona, not the province. In this case, about the weather in Barcelona. Weather plays an important part of your trip preparation: what should I pack in my suitcase? Do I need a lot of clothes? Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about climate in Barcelona.
Weather in Barcelona – a forecast
Coming to Barcelona? Great! Here’s a Barcelona weather forecast. Take into account that forecasts are never 100% accurate. The average accuracy of this forecast is an 86%:
The climate is typical of the Mediterranean zone, warm and dry. A perfect temperature to do some sunbathing, have a swim in Barceloneta beach or stay all night long with no more than a t-shirt on you. The average annual temperature is 21 °C during the day and 15 °C at night.
Rain in Barcelona
Barcelona is not a rainy city. As a typical aspect of all Mediterranean climates, rains tend to appear during spring and autumn in form of heavy rain or storms. It may rain heavily but, don’t worry, it won’t last much. Get yourself a roof over your head, and wait some time until it stops. See here the average days of rain per month:
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Being a city by the sea, it can be really common to see some people around the city wearing only their bathing clothes. I’m not going to judge this dressing decision, but it’s important to know what law says.