What’s the weather like in Malaga in October?
The Malaga weather in October is very pleasant and mild, with warm temperatures thanks to the Mediterranean climate in southern Spain. Rainfall rises compared to the peak summer months, but any showers are usually short and sharp and the heat and sunshine soon dries the ground.
Found on the beautiful Costa del Sol coastline, in the Andalucia region, Malaga makes the most of the late summer sunshine this month. The Mediterranean Sea reaches nearly 20°C in October and the warm waters help to keep inland temperatures very mild as well.
The weather in Malaga in October produces very warm early autumn temperatures, with the average high being an impressive 24°C. The average low’s only around 16°C and if you’re out in the evening, you should only need a light sweater. The sea temperature will be around 19°C, so you’ll have plenty of chance to splash in the Mediterranean. You can even sunbathe in October, with an average of seven hours of sunshine. The sun rises at 8.15am at the start of the month and doesn’t set until nearly 8pm. The average wind speed’s quite light for autumn, but it may get blustery on higher grounds away from the coast. Expect about 57mm of rain and it’s a good idea to pack a waterproof jacket in case you’re caught in a light shower.