Morocco gets plenty of sun all year round . The northern and coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate with 30°C summers. Spring and autumn are warm and pleasant times to visit. Winters rarely get cold with temperatures around 20°C, but November to March has the most rain.
The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (mid- March to May ) or fall ( September to October ). The weather is warm but pleasant, unlike the cold temperatures and snow of winter, or the scorching heat of summer.
July and August in Marrakech are the hottest summer months, with the temperature averaging at highs of 37 °C. June through to August in Marrakesh sees minimal rainfall.
Winters, by contrast, can be rather cold with daily temperatures around 65°F and nights dropping to 40°F -45°F ( 5°C – 7°C). Heading due south into the interior lowlands, Marrakesh has an average winter temperature of 65°F (18°C) and summer temperature of 97°F (36°C).
Morocco’s rainy season begins in November and runs through March, and parts of the country even get cold enough for snow to fall on the highest peaks. However, while this season is wet for Morocco , there’s still just an average of two inches of rain per month.
Rainfall: The months November to January are rainy months, especially in the north of Morocco. There is an average of about 2 inches or less a month, with the most rain coming in November. In Southern Morocco, winter tends to be drier. Other: Christmas season is definitely a high time for tourists coming to Morocco.
While meal prices in Morocco can vary, the average cost of food in Morocco is MAD114 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Morocco should cost around MAD46 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.
So yes, officially the water in Morocco is safe to drink thanks to water treatment, chlorination and monitoring and maintenance of the water delivery system.
Casablanca is the business capital of Morocco, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with a much more modern and less traditional Moroccan feel. Visitors generally recommend Marrakech over Casablanca for its vibe, colors and smells, history, and tourist-friendly atmosphere (despite some hassles).
Weather in Morocco in January On average, January is the coldest and wettest month in Morocco. During the day, temperatures can range from 10°C to 20°C or more. When the sun is out, days can feel quite warm, even in winter. However, temperatures can get cold once the sun goes down.
Long or Mid-sleeve Shirts: During the warmer afternoons, a long or mid-sleeve shirt is all you need on top (go with loose or flowy shirts for a more conservative look). Leggings / Long Underwear: I lived in my leggings in Morocco . They made the chilly nights bearable, and long bus rides a lot more cozy.
The average high temperature in Agadir during December is 22ºC, so it’s still warm enough to chill out in your beach gear. You’ll need some warmer clothes for the evenings though as things get quite chilly, with temperatures usually dropping to 9ºC at night.
The average maximum daily temperature is 22° which is typically warm and make sunbathing pleasant. The average water temperature is typically 28° which is very warm and ideal for relaxing and swimming for the whole day. There are on average 4.3 days of rain per month and 6.8 hours of sun per day.