The weather in Lanzarote in March is generally good as winter is coming to an end. Visitors to this beautiful island in March can expect warm temperatures of 19 – 20 Celsius.
The temperatures further north are still quite cold in comparison. This makes the sub-tropical climate here an attractive prospect for millions each year. The hot air from the Sahara to the east can send the temperature up much higher than the monthly average at times. The sand that comes with the hot air can also reduce the visibility and leave a dense haze.
Weather in Lanzarote in March
The temperature in Lanzarote in March can reach as high as 23 Celsius. The daily low here is a mild 16 Celsius which you are unlikely to experience often. March has seen a record temperature of close to 33 Celsius so you should invest in some sun cream. When the conditions are overcast and the humidity is higher it can also seem much warmer here.
The beginning of March tends to yield an average temperature of 18 Celsius. This rises to 19 Celsius during the middle of the month and remains the same for the rest of March. The end of this month sees the arrival of spring and the temperature will continue to rise.
Rainfall in March
March usually yields around 4 days of rainfall on average. The winter months is when most rainfall arrives here. The precipitation levels continue to drop each month until August. In fact, there will likely not be any rainfall during the summer months. Even when rain does arrive, it will not be much and will rarely stop you heading to the beaches.
The sea temperature in Lanzarote in March is at it’s lowest yearly level of 18 Celsius. Only February shares this one small negative. This will not deter those from the colder northern climates. The sea will warm to 19 Celsius during April and May and peak at 22 Celsius between August to October. The sea temperature will then begin to fall until February when it again reaches it’s coldest.
Hours of Sunshine
Lanzarote sees an average of 8 hours sunshine in March. With the arrival of spring, these hours will continue to increase and peak during the summer. Towards the end of the month this will be closer to 9 hours. The beautiful beaches here will begin to see a lot more activity now. Even the winter months can be warm enough to head to the beach to top up the tan.