What’s the weather like in Brac Island in February?
Considering it’s winter across mainland Europe, the Brac Island weather in February is usually quite mild. Temperatures are often in double figures during the day but the nights can be chilly and there’s a good chance you’ll see some showers.
Brac Island’s just off the coast of Croatia, about 20km from the famous mainland city of Split towards the warm south of the country. The island’s surrounded by the Adriatic Sea and the Brac Channel, which are cool to mild at this time and don’t create warm air on the land. Colder north-east winds, called the bura, can sometimes reach the north side of Brac Island in the winter.
With an average daytime high temperature of 12°C, the weather in Brac Island in February means you can still explore the beaches, towns and ancient sights around the island. You can expect up to six hours of sunshine each day, with the sun rising at 7.10am and not disappearing until after 5pm at the start of February. This month’s quite wet, with average rainfall of 105mm, so you’ll probably want to bring a light jacket and umbrella in case you’re caught in a passing shower. The average sea temperature’s 14°C, which is the coldest all year. The heat and humidity levels are low in this winter month and the typical wind speed along the Brac Island coast is 12mph.