What’s the weather like in Madeira in November?
Madeira’s location off the northwest shores of Africa means the archipelago has a lovely climate with high temperatures and lots of sun in November. Although it’s the wetter time of year, you’ll prefer Madeira at this time if you like cooler weather and thinner crowds.
Madeira has a warm, subtropical climate. The Gulf Stream will help to keep you nice and warm in November. The south and west of the main island’s the warmest and driest because of north easterly winds, which are blocked by the mountains. The Sahara Desert sometimes sends over hot winds, which can push temperatures up a lot.
The average high in Madeira during November’s 21ºC, which drops to 13ºC at night, so don’t forget to bring some warmer things for the evenings. The sea temperature’s 21ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 90mm of rain over 12 days. You can expect five hours of sunshine from ten hours of daylight each day. UV levels will be moderate. Sunset’s just after 6pm.