Weather in Lloret de Mar. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Lloret de Mar area
Map of Lloret de Mar temperature forecast
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Rain forecast for Lloret de Mar area
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Lloret de Mar - guide chapters
Climate in Spain and weather forecast - best seasons for visit
In December, the weather becomes stable; the rainy and windy weather stops. The air temperature gradually drops, however the weather becomes more comfortable. In Madrid, the average daytime temperature is 9°C, and at night the temperature drops to 2°C. On the southern coast, the average daily temperature is about 14°C. January is the coldest month in the country. In the central regions, frosts and strong cold winds are often observed. February is the most volatile weather in the year. The sunny weather gives way to cold and rainy days, and it keeps snowing in the northern regions. From the first day of March, the air temperature in all regions of Spain begins to increase gradually. In Madrid, the temperature rises to 15°C, though at night it is cool enough (about 5°C). In April, the sky becomes clear and the air temperature approaches the most comfortable. At the resorts in May, the air warms up to 22°C. Water reaches 18°C and the swimming season re-opens.
Atmosphere of Spain: politics
Spain is a democratic parliamentary state. There is a clear separation of the legislative, executive and judicial arms. The head of state is the King (power is inherited). It is he who is the symbol of state unity and independence. Despite this fact, the King does not have great powers as all his actions must be necessarily negotiated and approved by the heads of government. However, the supreme commander-in-chief is still the King. He also represents the country in the international arena. The Parliament of Spain is the main representative of the legislative power. Parliament itself includes representatives of the Spanish people who are elected for a term of 4 years. Parliament has a bicameral structure, the first being the Congress, and the second – the Senate. Both chambers participate in the formation of the budget, and are also involved in the management of the governmental processes. Elections are of the type universal, equal and free. In this case, any citizen of Spain has the right to run for office in Parliament, and also the right to vote for a candidate. Parliamentary sessions are held twice a year and last for 4 months.