MALAGA endured the coolest summer of the century this year as the average temperature failed to exceed 24.7C.
Daytime temperatures in July were around 30.6C, and didn’t exceed 35ºC, according to the State Meteorology Agency.
This rose to an average 31.1C in August, a month which ended with Andalucia on yellow alert for rain and storms.
The mercury rose to 38.4C in Coin on the hottest day of the year, due in large part to the hot terral wind.
Cooler evenings brought down the average temperatures over the two month period.
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