Here the climate table of a destination can not only provide a good overview, but also quite detailed information on the usual climate situation on site. However, it should be noted that climate tables mainly statistic mean values represent and therefore deviations are always possible.
Short-term changes, unusual weather phenomena and extreme situations are largely excluded. The climate table of the listed holiday destinations shows the averages, which were determined and recorded by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) over a period of at least 30 years.
Climate Table for Marrakech
|Amount of Precipitation||1.26||1.5||1.5||1.54||0.94||0.2||0.04||0.12||0.24||0.94||1.61||1.22|
|Hours of Sunshine per Day||7||7||8||9||9||11||11||10||9||8||7||7|
Note: We show average values built from data of multiple years. Actual values can deviate on single days.
The average annual temperature of Marrakech is 19.7 °C. July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 28.5 °C. Day temperatures are around 37 °C at this time of the year. These are statistical average values, so the temperature can be considerably higher on very hot days.
January is the coldest month with average day temperatures of 18 °C and night temperatures of 6 °C.
Marrakech has an overall annual precipitation of 11.1 inch with an average of 32 rainy days per year.
Usually, there’s no snow in any month. November is the rainiest month with 1.61 in of precipitation. July is the driest month.
June is the sunniest month with 11 hours of sunshine per day on average. Over a whole year, there are 8.6 hours of sunshine per day on average. For comparison: London has 4.1, NYC has 7 and LA has 8.9 hours of sunshine on average.
Based on climatic factors, we recommend the following months as best time to travel: March to June, and October to November.
In addition, we have listed the respective water temperature for coastal resorts and also display the average sunshine duration per day for the respective month in each climate table. On the detail pages of our more than 350 destinations worldwide we provide further information and interpretations of these data sets.
We explain special weather situations that cannot be identified from the pure numbers in the climate table and relate the data to the overall objective. With our weather light we give descriptive information about how suitable the respective travel time is for a vacation.