How warm is Madeira in September?
Daytime temperatures usually reach 23°C in Funchal, Madeira in September, falling to 16°C at night.
Is September good month to go to Madeira?
The best time of year to visit Madeira is between July and September, when the weather is at its warmest and driest. This weather is warm but not incredibly hot as with much of southern Europe, reaching a maximum of 26C in August (as compared to 31C for Rome or 32C for Madrid).
Is Madeira sunny in September?
What’s the weather like in Madeira in September. On average, September is the hottest month of the year in Madeira, when clear blue skies and hours of sunshine are practically guaranteed every single day.
Is Madeira cloudy in September?
Sunshine and rainfall
There is a 71% chance of a perfect sunny day and a 29% chance of seeing some clouds, with on average 5mm of rainfall this month.
What clothes to take to Madeira in September?
Throughout Madeira dress is casual. Shorts, t-shirts and camisoles are perfectly acceptable; team with a sunhat, sunglasses and beach bag for a perfect daytime look. Jeans are very popular everywhere but in the hottest months may be too uncomfortable; opt instead for lightweight natural fabrics.
Can you swim in Madeira in September?
The autumn months of September, October and November tend to be a lot quieter on Madeira, but it’s still pleasantly sunny and the sea is warm enough for comfortable swimming. Rainfall is beginning to pick up, but temperatures are stable.
Is Madeira warmer than Portugal?
Annually speaking, Madeira weather is warmer when compared to Lisbon. The difference is not that big, only 1ºC (2ºF) in fact. The real difference can be found in the number of rainy days. In Lisbon, there is 48% higher chance that it will rain than in Funchal.
Which part of Madeira has the best weather?
The southwest is the place to be for more guaranteed sun; Ribeira Brava, Ponta do Sol and Calheta boast the best climates on the island followed by Funchal, Camera de lobos and Machico. Funchal still being a favourite with most tourists because of the centrality of the capital city and the array of choice.