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Alicante is a blessed city of Spain when it comes to its climatic conditions. It is not very hot in the summers thanks to the cool breezes from Mediterranean Sea and there is sunshine even in winter with a rarely recorded temperature of below zero. However rainfall is generally low, the highest being in summers and winters and relatively low in summers.
Summer is the weather that makes Alicante such a popular destination amongst the tourists. The days are sunny, dry and hot. The climate of beaches is perfect in summers. The daily highs are around 29Â°C in the months of July and August. However in the months of September and June it drops to 27Â°C. The reason for the pleasant weather is the sea breeze that keeps the temperature relatively low for summers. However when the sea breeze fails the temperature can also reach up to 40Â°C. It is beneficial to take measures to beat the heat. Hats and sun creams should be lots of water should be consumed during the hotter days of summer.
The winter is just as lovely as summer in this Mediterranean region. The winters are also very mild with the lowest temperature of 20Â°C in the sunny days and 6Â°C in the night. Rainfall is most likely to occur in autumn and winter.
The one weather condition to be worried about in Alicante is â€˜Gota Friaâ€™. These are heavy storms that stay from a couple of hours up to four days. This climatic condition occurs when the warm and moisture land meets the cooler air from sea. Going to the beaches is prohibited during these weather conditions as coasts are covered with large waves of water. However this severe weather condition occurs only twice a year.
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