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Madrid Clima mapas CCAA

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Madrid vector map showing choropleth used to mark the annual rainfall in all parts of Madrid. Isolines were used to show average temperatures in January and July.

Madrid Clima mapas CCAA

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The Madrid region features a Continental Mediterranean climate with cold winters due to altitude (650 m over the sea level in Alicante), including sporadic snowfalls and minimum temperatures often below freezing. Summer tends to be hot with temperatures that consistently surpass 30 °C in July and August and rarely above 40 °C. Due to Madrid's altitude and dry climate, diurnal ranges are often significant during the summer. Precipitation is concentrated in the autumn and spring. It is particularly sparse during the summer, taking the form of one or two showers and/or thunderstorms a month.