Morocco is a North African country located on the Mediterranean Sea. The country has a diverse climate with different regions experiencing different weather conditions. The climate in Morocco is influenced by the country’s location and topography. The Atlas Mountains, which run through the middle of the country, act as a barrier to the cold, wet air coming from the Atlantic Ocean. This results in the northern part of the country being significantly wetter and cooler than the southern part.
The coldest month in Morocco is January, when the average temperature in the capital, Rabat, is 14°C. In the mountains, the temperature can drop as low as 0°C. The best time to visit Morocco is in the spring (March-May) or autumn (September-November) when the weather is milder.