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Last year it only rained 36 days on the island, dropping 49.4 liters per square meter. This was the year that has seen the least amount of rain in Lanzarote over the last sixteen years, according to figures from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) published by the local councils data center. According to these figures, last year it rained only 36 days on the island, dropping 49.4 liters per square meter.

In contrast with 2016 which was the year which there were more rainy days since 2000, with 61 days of rain. The data is relative to the airport station, but if compared to previous years, it was less rainy in Lanzarote than in 2017. Then there were 31 rainy days and 38 liters per square meter of water discharged on the island.

The year that more rain fell on Lanzarote was 2005, with 211.6 liters per square meter, followed by 182.6 in 2014 and 147 in 2004. August, the hottest month with 41.3 degrees
In terms of temperature, 2017 was somewhat hotter in Lanzarote than the previous year, with an average of 22 degrees compared to 21.7 in 2016. However, it was not the year with the highest temperature, since in 2010 the average temperature was of 22.4.

August was the hottest month of 2017 with 41.3 degrees, followed by the 37.3 in June and the 36.1 in April. On the other hand, the coldest months were January, with 22.9 degrees; December with 25.2; and November with 27.1.