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CLIMATE

With an average of more than 2000 hours of sunshine per year, the Midi-Pyrénées is one of the regions in France where the sun radiation is strongest.  Temperatures of more than 25°C are observed on most of the territory of this region 60 to 80 days a year.  In that respect, the Midi-Pyrénées can compete with the Mediterranean coast and the Rhone Valley.

Spring comes very early and already gives a foretaste of summer.  This is the season most loved by trekkers and hikers.  When there is still snow on the tops of the Pyrenees, the corn already rises on the hills of Gascony and the orchards of the Tarn et Garonne take on violet-pink hues.  Between the beginning of April and the end of June, the average maximum temperatures are between 16°C and 24°C.

In July and August it is predominantly sunny and warm here.  Average minimum temperatures are already high and will range between 13°C and 15°C in the morning. During the day, maximum temperatures rise to 26°C-28°C on average.  But at night it is wonderfully cool outside.

The late summer is often wonderfully mild and warm, with beautiful days and a purple-blue sky.  In the beautiful September light, maximum temperatures are 21°C-25°C.  Also in October, these temperatures remain particularly mild, with average maximum temperatures of 16°C to 19°C.  Ideal for a break while the others are at work.

To know the weather forecast for the coming days,  click here.

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