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Malta Weather


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Our Malta Weather Forecast is updated every hour and gives you up-to-date information on the weather in Malta for the next 5 days.

Current Weather

Partly Sunny

Partly Sunny

16 °C | 61 °F

(feels like
15 °C | 59 °F)

Cloud Cover 40%

Humidity 77%

Visibility 16 km | 10 mls

Wind From WNW

Wind Conditions 12 km/h | 8 mph

5 Day Forecast

Day

Conditions

High (°C | °F)

Low (°C |°F)

Winds

Thursday

Sunrise 7:07 AM

Sunset 4:51 PM

Partly sunny
Partly sunny

17 | 63

13 | 55

17 km/h
11 mph

Friday

Sunrise 7:08 AM

Sunset 4:51 PM

Partly sunny
Partly sunny

17 | 63

13 | 55

12 km/h
8 mph

Saturday

Sunrise 7:08 AM

Sunset 4:52 PM

Clouds and sunshine
Clouds and sunshine

18 | 64

13 | 55

20 km/h
13 mph

Sunday

Sunrise 7:09 AM

Sunset 4:52 PM

Breezy with periods of clouds and sun
Breezy with periods of clouds and sun

18 | 64

12 | 54

28 km/h
18 mph

Monday

Sunrise 7:09 AM

Sunset 4:53 PM

Partly sunny
Partly sunny

17 | 63

12 | 54

12 km/h
8 mph

The Mediterranean climate in Malta is without a doubt one of its major draws. Three hundred days of sunshine are a virtual guarantee that you will find fine weather, no matter the time of the year you decide to visit. Winter in Malta is pleasant with only short spurts of cold weather and rainy days. Summers are warm, dry and very sunny (over twelve hours a day). The in between seasons of Autumn and Spring are an ideal compromise of sunny days and cool evenings

Click Malta Weather to view typical average temperatures and rainfall throughout the year.

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