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The weather guide for Agadir, Morocco shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & today's weather forecast provided by MeteoBlue. Find out more about our data sources.

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Which is the hottest month in Agadir?

The hottest time of year in Agadir is normally August. Expect maximum daytime temperatures to reach 26°C with low heat and humidity.

Which month has the most rain in Agadir?

In terms of rainfall, December is usually the wettest month in Agadir with 52mm on average. There are normally 5 days in December with some rain.

When is it sunniest in Agadir?

The sunniest time of year in Agadir is normally April with bright sunshine on average for 70% of daylight hours; that's 9 hours of sunshine per day.

When is the sea warmest in Agadir?

The sea is usually at its warmest in Agadir in September when the water temperature reaches 20°C.

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Compare Agadir weather with the USA

Below the Agadir weather chart shows average maximum daytime temperature for Agadir, Morocco and the USA (Washington).

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