What’s the weather like in Morocco in November?
Morocco’s in North Africa, and the Sahara Desert dominates the south. This means it has high temperatures all year round. Although there’s different weather around the country, you can count on lots of sun and not much rain in popular holiday spots like Agadir in November.
You’ll get Mediterranean weather if you’re staying on the coast, while places on the North Atlantic coast are a bit cooler because of the Canary Current. There are high temperatures in the south, although when hot desert air and cooler Atlantic air meets there can be fog and mist on the coast. Inland, where Marrakech is, generally has higher temperatures because there’s no sea to cool you down.
The average high in popular Agadir’s 25ºC in November, making it perfect for escaping the chilly UK. Although you’ll need your swimwear for the days, you should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings as things can get quite cool. The sea temperature’s 20ºC, while humidity’s low. Average rainfall’s 29mm over three rainy days. You can expect 11 hours of daylight with seven hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be moderate. Sunset’s around 5.30pm.
Things to Do
The weather’s great for you to explore Marrakech’s medina and Agadir’s markets. Take a trip into the desert and learn about the way people have survived harsh conditions through the ages. Or stick to the coast and make the most of the Atlantic winds as you enjoy an afternoon of kitesurfing or windsurfing.