The Madrid weather is a mixture between continental and Mediterranean climate is strongly influenced by urban conditions. The average temperature is 12 ° C.This climate is a mild climate with typical characteristics from the Mediterranean climate and continental climate. This climate occurs in areas with Mediterranean climate and are considerably distant from the sea.
Winters are cold with temperatures below 4-5 ° C, frequent frosts and occasional snow. Summers are hot with averages around 24 ° C in July and August, with highs often exceed 35 ° C. The daily oscillation is important in the urban periphery, but is reduced in the center of the city by the anthropogenic effect. The annual temperature range is high (19 degrees, a figure typical in the central mountain chain of Spain) as a result of the great distance to the sea and the altitude (around 600 m). The annual rainfall is above 400 mm, with very pronounced minimum in summer (four dry months from June to September).