In Faro (Southern Portugal) summers are long and hot and winters are moderate. In the northwest summers are shorter and wetter. Winter temperatures are generally mild and moderated by maritime influences. The mean annual temperature in the region of the Duero is about 16C (about 60F); and in the valley of the Guadiana, about 18C (about 65F).
Live Faro weather and temperature below, is updated every few minutes from Faro airport.
The Faro climate is a mixture of oceanic and Mediterranean influences, with mild temperatures, June and July as the hottest months with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees some days, and January and February as the coldest months, with minimum temperatures of around 6 or 7 degrees. The wettest months are November and December. Take the time to go to the Algarve, you can enjoy pleasant temperatures, and there neither winter nor summer temperatures are extreme.
Below you can see the average Faro, algarve temperature (both in Celsius and Fahrenheit) per month.
Remember that temperatures in the above table are average temperatures and may vary slightly.
Below you will find a selection of useful links related to weather in Faro, Algarve, in the event that you want to see the last update of the Faro climate:
Faro Weather and average Temperatures
This weather forecast report was taken from the meteorological station located at Faro airport, where you can get other travel related services such as accommodation, car hire Faro airport, transfers and other services provided by the local travel agencies.