Lebeche (Llebeig or Garbí in Catalan; Libeccio in Italian) is the Spanish name for a warm southwest wind in parts of coastal Mediterranean Spain, either a foehn wind or a hot southerly wind in advance of a low pressure area moving from the Sahara Desert. Called by other names in other parts of the Mediterranean area.
- Bora (wind)
- Marin (wind)
- Mistral (wind)
- Winds of Provence
|Wikisource has the text of the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica article Leveche.|