Weather in Malta Island. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Malta Island area
Map of Malta Island temperature forecast
1. You can zoom in to Malta Island using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
2. Besides this, you can grab the map by your mouse button and move it to see the temperature in other regions.
This temperature map is centered around Malta Island. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for Malta Island area
1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Malta Island for any period within next 10 days.
2. Via the top control panel, you can check the following weather parameters: Temperature, Cloud cover, Precipitation, Wind and Pressure.
This precipitation forecast map is centered around Malta Island. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in Malta and weather forecast - best seasons for visit
Due to the geographical location of Malta, a warm and sunny weather prevails in the country throughout the year. A tropical climate is experienced almost throughout the Island. It is usually hot and dry in Malta during the day. At night however, the air temperature is significantly reduced. Altogether, Malta is peculiar for its climate stability. Cyclones are rarely experienced here so there are never strong flurries. The spring season on the island is relatively cool. At the end of March however, the air temperature reaches 22°C. Also, the average quarterly air temperature is 17°C and the water temperature is 15°C.
Atmosphere of Malta: politics
It should be noted that there are only two political parties in Malta. They are; the Nationalist Party of Malta and, accordingly, the Labor Party. Such a bipartisan system as this, despite its rather outdated structure, still maintains its relevance in Malta today. It also has not been known to cause any internal outrage among the local population. All this aside, the formation of new political units is not illegal. For example, today there are several more political parties on the Islands, but their influence on public and political life is so insignificant that all political scientists of the world still continues to consider Malta as a bipartisan republic. Moving on, about forty trade unions exists in the territory of the country today. At the same time, more than half of the population belongs to the association of unskilled workers.