What’s the weather like in Croatia in November?
The Croatia weather in November sees the last of the late autumn sunshine across this popular European destination. The average temperature across the whole country is a mild 10°C, although rainfall is at its highest all year. You’ll need a showerproof jacket if you’re visiting this month.
The weather in Croatia in November will vary depending on where you stay. The north, around the Pannonian Plains and the capital city of Zagreb, will have colder temperatures in November. The central region can be mountainous with temperatures dipping below freezing at times. Towards the south and along the sandy coastline it’ll be much milder and hit highs of 10°C to 12°C when the sun’s shining in November.
The average daytime high temperature at this time of the year is 10°C across the whole country, which is quite inviting for late autumn in mainland Europe. The average low temperature’s around 4°C in Croatia and you’ll need a warm jacket if you’re out in the evening this month. Bring your sunglasses with you, though, as you’ll still catch some autumn rays. You can expect five to seven hours of sunshine each day, with more sun in the south and around Brac Island. The weather in November produces 157mm of rain on average, across 15 rain-affected days, which makes it the wettest month.