What’s the weather like in Kalamata in September?
September is the last month of summer, so if you want to enjoy high temperatures and warm sunshine on holiday, start packing your bags. Kalamata weather in September is hot, sunny and relatively dry with just a few light showers scattered over the month.
The town of Kalamata is the capital of the Messenia region in southern Greece. The city has a lot to offer its visitors, including historical architecture, museums and a long stretch of golden beaches along its coastline. The weather in September is mostly warm and sunny with low humidity. Some winds blow through the city from the south, but they’re welcomed by the locals since they bring a cooling break from the intense summer heat.
Temperatures range from overnight lows of 16°C and warm highs of 27°C during the day. The sun shines for 12 hours per day with an average humidity of 68%. Swimming in the sea is still possible in September, which has an average water temperature of 24°C. You can expect four rainy days spread over the month and a monthly average rainfall of just 10mm.