The image below shows what the weather is like in Jerez today. Click on it if yuo want a detailed forcase for the next five and ten days,
The climate in Jerez in the warm southern region of Spain has cooking breezes coming off the Atlantic Ocean which provide the moisture needed for the vineyards to thrive. The region has around 300 days of sunshine a year with an average 30 days of rain. Most of it falls in October and contributes to the important reserves of water that the vines need to draw upon in the hot and dry Summer season.
The climate is mild and pleasant with clear skies throughout the seasons with warm and sunny springs and autumns which are ideal for sunbathing. The summers have an average temperature of about 28ºC with sea temperatures ranging from about 19ºC-20ºC.
Although temperataures are very mild compared to the UK it can feel very cold at night during the winter so make sure you bring a warm cargidan and coat if you are visiting then. A warm pair of slippers are also a must as stone or marble floors are unrelentingly cold to walk on with bare feet.
The vines are harvested from August through to October when the cooler rainier weather sets in, but the days are still mostly mild and sunny. You will need a coat for the cloudy days and something warm to slip on at night.
By Linda Craik Google+