In Seville, the sun shines almost every day from June to September. In that time of year, there is virtually no rain. It is short sleeve weather all the time, evenings included
Weather to expect
The one thing you likely know, or should know, is that it gets really hot in the summer. Sevilla holds the record for the hottest city in Europe with a record of 50° C (122° F).
In the winter the temperature will almost never break the freezing mark and so things are relatively mild. There are many houses which do not have heat and as marble floors are common it can be much colder inside.
Rain is uncommon if non-existent in the summer months of July and August. In October the rainy season begins and lasts through December. In March it picks up a little and then starts a downward trend.
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