||The city of Madrid is located in the center of the Iberian Peninsula. As befits this is something cold in winter and hot in summer and is heavily influenced by urban conditions. Are recorded in the order of 30 days of frost per year and the precipitation is below 450 mm per year, with two rainy seasons in the fall and spring. The sunshine is high, the order of 2800 hours per year and the prevailing winds are SW and NE.
The oscillation is important in the everyday urban periphery, but is reduced in the city center by the anthropic effect. The annual temperature range is high (19 degrees) as a result of the long distance to the sea and the altitude (around 600 m).
In the Köppen climate classification, Madrid is included in the group Cs (mesothermal (mild) wet with dry summer) (Mediterranean), rainy in winter. With regard to the index of aridity of Martonne is contained in the type of “dry steppe and Mediterranean countries”, but near the top and from the point of view thermic and rainfall was described as arid, almost at the edge of the semi.
Madrid station is located in the campus of the Spanish capital at a height of 680 m above sea level. As it currently have two brewer, the 070 and 186, which perform actions in parallel.