Check out the weather forecast for Andorra before travelling
FORECAST FOR THE UPCOMING DAYS
- NATURLAND 1600m
- NATURLAND 2000m
- ARINSAL - IGLOO
- ARINSAL - PORT NEGRE
- PAL - LA CAUBELLA
- ARINSAL - LA TOSSA
- PAL - PLA DE LA COT
- PAL - COLL DE LA BOTELLA
- GRAU ROIG - SECTOR GRAU ROIG
- ENCAMP - CORTALS
- EL TARTER - PI DE MIGDIA
- PAS DE LA CASA
- SOLDEU - ESPIOLETS
- CANILLO - EL FORN
- ARCALÍS - BASE SECTOR DE LA COMA
- ARCALÍS - CAP DE LA COMA
WHAT IS THE WEATHER IN ANDORRA LIKE IN EACH SEASON OF THE YEAR?
Planning to spend a few days in Andorra? Here you can find details about the country’s climate.READ MORE ▼
If you want to travel or do an outdoor activity you’ll need to know the weather in Andorra. You’ll then be able to make the right choice when it comes to choosing what to do in the Principality. Discover what the weather is like at each time of year.
What is the weather in Andorra like?
The weather in Andorra is typical of the high mountain Mediterranean region. This means that summers in the Principality are short, hot and dry, while the winters are long and very cold, with considerable snowfall.
Another element of the weather in Andorra is the thermal gradient marked by the topography and orientation of the country within the Pyrenees. This means that, throughout the year, daily temperature records during the day and night vary remarkably.
Average temperatures throughout the year can range from -5 to +30 degrees, from the lowest points in Andorra, at the bottom of the valleys, to the highest regions. The hottest season is from June to September, with an average temperature of 20ºC. July is the warmest month of the year.
The coldest season in Andorra is from October to March, with the average temperature ranging from a minimum of 1ºC to a maximum of 9ºC. January is the month that records the lowest temperatures of the year.
The Mediterranean influence, meanwhile, means that Andorra enjoys a high annual sun exposure, with more than three hundred days of sunshine.
The weather in Andorra has relatively low humidity, which is why in winter the cold becomes more bearable and in summer the heat is not sweltering.
Rainfall varies throughout the year. The seasons with the most abundant precipitation are summer and autumn.
The snow appears in the high mountains around November and stays until the beginning of June, with the period from December to February seeing the most snowfall.
Check the weather now
As you can see, the Andorran climate varies quite a bit depending on the season of the year. We recommend that you check the weather forecast and road conditions before coming to visit, especially in the winter months, when the weather conditions can be more adverse.
If you come in winter, please remember that the Andorran traffic regulations require you to have the appropriate equipment in your vehicle from 1st November to 15th May. Such equipment may include snow chains or socks or contact winter tyres. This will help you avoid any kind of trouble on the road. You can find all the latest information on the weather in Andorra at this link, and you can also check the status of the road network, with real-time traffic cameras here.