The mean temperature in Santander, Cantabria is somewhat warm at 18.6 °C (65.48 °F).
Afternoons can be warm with average high temperatures reaching 21 °C (69.8 °F).
Overnight temperatures are generally mild with an average low of 15 °C (59 °F).
The mean diurnal temperature variation/ range in September is 6 °C (10.8 °F).
The weather in September is hardly arid with rain every now and then. Circa 92.6mm (3.6in) of liquid tumbles across an average of 14 days.
In September the blue above Santander, Cantabria is slightly fair with an average of a mediocre 5:01 of dazzling solar radiation per day.
The shortest day is 11:42 long and the longest day is 13:10 long with an average length of 12:27.
There are approximately 7:14 per day when bright sunshine is absent due to cloud, haze or the sun being too low on the horizon to register.
It is sunny approximately 41% of daylight hours and cloudy 59% of daylight hours.
The average temperature in Santander, Cantabria is very mild at 17 °C (62.6 °F).
Afternoons can be somewhat warm with average high temperatures reaching 19 °C (66.2 °F).
Overnight temperatures are generally mild with an average low of 14 °C (57.2 °F).
In June the range/ variation of diurnal average temperatures is 5 °C (9 °F).
The weather in June is marginally dry with occasional rain. Only 64.8mm (2.6in) of fluid is transfered across an average of 13 days.
In June the skies in Santander, Cantabria are reasonably fine having on average a detectable 6:25 of blazing solar radiation daily.
The shortest day is 15:10 long and the longest day is 15:24 long with an average length of 15:20.
There are approximately 8:45 per day when bright sunshine is absent due to cloud, haze or the sun being too low on the horizon to register.
It is sunny approximately 42.3% of daylight hours and cloudy 57.7% of daylight hours.
Even though Priorat DOQ covers a small area, there are several different micro-climates present. Generally, the climate is more extreme than most continental climate areas, though there is a marked contrast between the valleys and the higher areas. There are both freezing winds from the north (mitigated somewhat by the Montsant mountain) and also the warm Mistral wind from the east.
Summers are long, hot and dry (max temperature 35°) while winters are cold (min temperature -4 °C). There is the occasional risk of frost, hailstones and drought. The average annual temperature is 15 °C, and average annual rainfall is 400–600 mm.