In San Sebastian Region, the climate is warm oceanic, characterised by moderate temperatures and relatively frequent precipitations, although there are rarely rainstorm. It is a humid weather, though pleasant, tinged by the mellowing effect of the sea.

 

 

 

In San Sebastian Region, the climate is warm oceanic, characterised by moderate temperatures and relatively frequent precipitations, although there are rarely rainstorm. It is a humid weather, though pleasant, tinged by the mellowing effect of the sea.

Winters in San Sebastian Region are usually rainy, but with warm temperatures. Frosts are scarce, as well as snowfalls, an infrequent event that causes San Sebastian Region people to use their cameras and take photographs to the streets.

In summer, the temperatures go up, but they do not reach other places' overwhelming levels. Here the thermometers stay around pleasant 20 degrees, although there can be maximum temperatures of 30 degrees. The days are usually agreeable and, at night, the atmosphere becomes cooler. The rain, sometimes as a mild drizzle (the typical 'sirimiri'), also appears during the warm seasons between dry cycles.

The gentle breezes usually come from the Northwest, the North, or the South. Despite its reduced extension, San Sebastian Region's morphology, with narrow valleys and mountains that act as a barrier against the sea winds, causes a non-uniform weather with variations in the different comarcas.