What’s the weather like in Brac Island in January?
The Brac Island weather in January is mild to cold, with some showers but a decent share of winter sunshine. It’s a quiet time to visit this picturesque island, just off the coast of Croatia, which boasts lots of great sandy beaches.
The weather in Brac Island in January is influenced by the surrounding waters. The Adriatic Sea’s to the south and the Brac Channel runs to the north. These seas are only around 13°C in winter months like January, which means colder air is created across the island. Cold north-east winds, called the bura, can also reach the north side of Brac Island.
You’ll enjoy the frequent mild daytime temperatures around Brac Island in January. It could reach 9°C, which is excellent for winter in Europe, but this may drop to around 5°C on colder days. The night time temperature will be between 2°C and 6°C. The sun still shines for a long time in January and you can expect five hours each day from Brac Island’s nine hours of daylight. Here off the coast of Croatia, the sun rises at 7.30am and won’t set until 4.30 at the beginning of January. Brac island gets 114mm of rainfall during an average of 12 rain-affected days. The UV, heat and humidity levels are all low.