After several cold days in a row and lower temperatures than usual, the Archipelago of Madeira is now recovering to mild values and more in line with the Madeiran winter. This night was quite pleasant on almost the entire island, with values on the coast above 16 degrees Celsius, including on the North coast.
Yesterday at 9 pm the Porto Moniz station registered 19.1ºC, the same temperature as the Lido at that time. Bica da Cana, in the area of Paul da Serra, one of the coldest areas of the island, was at 10.5ºC, Pico do Areeiro with 8.7.
However during the night the values dropped slightly and today at 6 am the coast was between 18.3ºC in Santa Cruz and 13.6ºC in Santana. Inland, the day also started with values above 10ºC, except in Bica da Cana and Pico do Areeiro, with 8.7ºC and 8ºC, respectively. Today Funchal should reach 20ºC maximum and 16ºC minimum.