Terral Temps

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Saturday was Málaga’s warmest-ever April night with temperatures in places as high as 19.7 degrees. The afternoon of the same day hit 32.3 degrees, just below the monthly record set in 2002. The high temperatures were produced by the terral, a warm westerly wind which turns to the north and is unique to the city of Málaga and its immediate surroundings.

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