The weather Malaga is subtropical-Mediterranean. Is that characterizes most of the Mediterranean coast of Andalusia. The most characteristic of this area is very soft winter heat which is generated under the action of three mechanisms: the softening influence of the sea, facing south on the coast, turning it into a laundry for the reception privilegiadísima from sunlight and protection from the lava that give northern Betic chainsThe average annual temperature is 18 ° C, and its average maximum of 25.4 ° C in August and the average low is 11.9 ° C in January. The smoothness dominates the winter climate, with virtually no frost. Summers are hot, humid normally except when the land breeze is blowing, dry wind that fires the interior temperatures. In these situations Malaga has reached 44 ° C
Rainfall is concentrated in short periods of the year. The average humidity is 66%, with 43 rainy days per year, concentrated in the colder months. In fact between the months of November to January fell to 50% of the average annual rainfall, which is 524 mm. In 2007 Malaga reached 2815 hours of sun a year.and in 2009 Malaga was the second sunniest city in Spain with 3059 hours of sun according to the data available to the National Statistics Institute found in its statistical yearbook. In 2009, the month of July was the warmest since 1942.