Spain: the weather forecast for Valencia this September 21

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He type of climate that there is in a certain region is determined by different factors among which are altitude, latitude, orientation of the relief, distance to the sea and marine currents and gives guidelines to the call "Meteorological time" which in turn is supported by other elements such as temperature, pressure, wind, humidity and precipitation to describe the atmospheric conditions in a locality in a short term.

To classify the climate, the system developed by Wladimir Köppen is generally used, although there is also the Thornthwaite system, the latter which also takes into account biological diversity and the effects of climate change on it. Others such as Bergeron and Spacial Synoptic focus on the origin of the air masses that define the climate of a region.

Due to climate change, currently the planet is in a process of redistribution in which some modification, however minimal, in the average annual temperature causes changes in the habitats and their conditions.

In this context, here we leave you the weather for Valencia.

Regardless of whether you will use the day to take a walk or simply go to the office to work, knowing the weather that will be in the next few hours It can help you avoid getting wet in the rain or unnecessarily carrying an umbrella and coat.

For this Thursday, it is estimated that in

Valencia there will be a 1% chance of rain

, as well as a maximum temperature of 31 centigrade and a minimum of 20°. Cloud cover will be 87% and at night there will be a 2% chance of rain.

There are two climates that predominate in Valencia (Europa Press)
There are two climates that predominate in Valencia (Europa Press)

Valencia is located to the east of the Iberian country, so a Mediterranean climate which is characterized by its mild winters, where most of the rain falls, and its dry summers.

However, there are also areas where the weather is steppealso known as steppe, as well as temperate and cold semiarid, in which very cold winters and summers how well they can be temperate or warm. While rains are usually scarce.

According to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) of the Government of Spain, Valencia registers a medium temperature which is around 15 degrees Celsius.

The Spanish meteorological authorities point out that the low temperature The average temperature is around 10 degrees Celsius, with the harshest cold temperatures occurring in December and January.

In contrast, the maximum temperatures They reach an average of 20 degrees Celsius and appear in the months of July and August.

 Spain is characterized by being a sunny country (Reuters)
Spain is characterized by being a sunny country (Reuters)

Spain is characterized by being sunny, where the hours of sunshine are around 3 thousand hours a year. The temperatures in this Mediterranean country are mildHowever, there are marked differences between seasons and different areas.

Although Amet registers up to 13 types of climates in SpainThey are really four that predominate: oceanic, Mediterranean of cool summers, continental mediterranean and cold steppe.

The oceanic is characterized by being temperate with cool summers, abundant rainfall and well distributed throughout the year.

In Spain it appears mainly in the north and west of Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea, the Iberian System, northeast of the northern plateau and a large part of the Pyrenees, except for the highest areas.

The Mediterranean with cool summers, as its name suggests, has dry and cool summersas well as cold or mild winterswhile most of the rains fall in winter or intermediate stations.

This climate covers most of the northern plateau, interior of Galicia and numerous mountainous areas in the center and south of the peninsula. In the Canary Islands, it extends widely throughout the interior of the islands of La Palma, El Hierro, La Gomera and Tenerife, as well as in the highest areas of Gran Canaria.

The continental Mediterranean registers mild and rainy wintersas well as dry and hot summers.

This type of climate is present in much of the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands. It extends across most of the southern half and the Mediterranean coastal regions, except for the arid areas of the southeast.

As for the cold steppe, the winters are very cold and the summers can be mild or hotFurthermore, the rainfall is scarce.

This climate extends across the southeast of the peninsula, the Ebro valley, the southern plateau and, to a lesser extent, Extemadura, the Balearic Islands and the center of the northern plateau. They are also observed on all the islands of the Canary archipelago.

During spring and autumn is when the most pleasant weather in Spainclimate that allows you to enjoy the outdoors practically all day.

The Maximum temperatures are reached during July and Augustthe hottest and driest months in the entire country.

While The minimum temperatures usually occur in January and Februarymonths that also coincide with the rainiest daysmainly in the north of Spain.


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