Weather in Sevilla, Spain


Situated in the south of Spain and within the scope of the Mediterranean climate, Sevilla is overall a warm, dry city. During the summer, especially in August, Sevilla is full-out hot; in fact, it currently holds the record for hottest recorded day in Spain at a scorching 50ºC (122ºF )! While the winter months remain mild, you will definitely see the sevillanos sporting heavy coats, scarves, and gloves- the winter temperatures, which at their coldest dip to just below 15ºC (59ºF), is by Sevilla’s standards quite chilly! For snow you'll have to travel to the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains as snowfall in Sevilla is unheard of. Rainfall in Sevilla is also fairly minimal; summers are extremely dry but expect a little rain through the cooler months.