New & now
Record-breaking! Yesterday was the warmest day in November ever registered in Malta
Fear not, autumn lovers, because the weekend is looking windy and rainy!

Lyndsey Grima

The start of November kicked in with a bang yesterday as Malta started with an unexpected warmth, shattering records in the process.

On the very first day of the month, the Met Office at the Malta International Airport reported a scorching high of 29.1°C, making it the warmest November day on record. This extraordinary feat surpasses the previous record of 28.2°C, which had stood for 25 years since 1998.

However, it just might seem that Mother Nature has more surprises in store for the weekend. Looking ahead, the weather forecast for the next three days shows a mixed bag.

Friday and Saturday are predicted to bring rain, possibly bringing some relief to the warm spell. Friday’s maximum temperature is set to be 25°C with the minimum temperature of 16°C, falling during the evening. Saturday will bring the most relief from the heat as the maximum temperature is set to be 22°C.

The weekend is also set to bring about a refreshing breeze as the wind will pick and rise between Force 6-7 on both Friday and Saturday.

However, if you're looking to soak up the sun, Sunday appears to be the best bet, with the forecast indicating mostly sunny conditions with the maximum temperature rising back up to 25°C.

So, while November has started with an unusual sizzle, it seems that it won't be entirely devoid of typical autumnal weather.

We’ll just have to wait and see!

2nd November 2023


Lyndsey Grima
Written by
Lyndsey Grima
Lyndsey has always been passionate about all things content. She keeps her storytelling skills sharp by exercising physically as she’s a fitness buff and also mentally as she enjoys reading and travelling.

You may also like...
New & now
New & now
Mattia Preti also transformed the interior of the church with a huge series of paintings on the life and martyrdom of St. John the Baptist

Francesca Vella
New & now
New & now
At just 35, Manuel Farrugia has emerged as one of Malta’s brightest artistic talents. Dean Muscat speaks with the Gozitan artist, tracing his journey from humble beginnings to prestigious commissions for notable churches and prominent figures.

GMM Team
New & now
New & now
Located at the heart of Malta lies the vibrant town of Mosta, renowned for being home to one of the archipelago’s most splendid churches.

GMM Team
New & now

Francesca Vella
New & now
New & now
The water fountain show was created by the same company who will be opening the Paris 2024 Olympic Games!

Francesca Vella