The Minorcan climate is typically Mediterranean, with mild average temperatures and seasonal rainfall, the dry season coinciding with the warm summer. Average annual temperatures are between 16 and 18 º C. The strongest wind - and harmful to the island – is from the North (Tramuntana), which in winter often reaches 100 km/hour. In summer, thermal breezes are a feature of the coast but do not cause rough seas.
Annual rainfall is irregular, varying greatly from year to year, sometimes even resulting in drought. Most of the rain is concentrated in a few days of heavy or very heavy rainfall in autumn with the rest of the year of low intensity. The average annual precipitation on the island is 650 mm, varying from year to year depending on the area.EscucharLeer fonéticamente Diccionario - Ver diccionario detallado