wb_sunnyWeather & Climate The Sunniest Place in Europe
The proximity of the Mediterranean Sea greatly influences the Algarvian climate. Summers are hot and dry, but not suffocating thanks to the Atlantic Ocean, and winters are mild with hardly any rain (50 days with rain and 500 mm on average each year), combined with very inviting springs and autumns. The Algarve is famous for enjoying over 300 days of sun and 3000 hours of sunlight on average per year.
Daily Weather ReportPosted: Yesterday
Another bright morning, a steady light wind very little cloud. Temperature at 0755am is 18.2º. It could be bit more cloudy later but there is very little chance of any rain. Wind will be steady all day but only light, maximum temperature around 23º. It will be a little warmer tonight than it has been lately, 17 or 18º around midnight.
It will be warmer still tomorrow and Friday, maybe 25º but still quite cloudy at times. Showers are forecast for Saturday, but then they have been almost every day. The general pattern for the next week or so is still cool, cloudy with rain possible.
Tide table for Albufeira area - Today and Tomorrow
Websites for further information on weather and tides in Albufeira
Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere
- The Weather Channel
10 Days Forecast
Detailed Weather and Wind Forecast
- Weather Underground
Detailed weather conditions
Weather and Air Quality Index
- BBC.com Weather
Weather Forecast for Albufeira
Detailed information about weather and sea conditions
- Centro Meteo
Warning for severe weather alarm in the Algarve