What’s the weather like in Kefalonia in February?
The Mediterranean climate finally begins to dry up in February, which has slightly less rain than previous months. Kefalonia weather in February is generally mild during the day with cool nights and a good deal of sunshine each day.
Located in the Ionian Sea off the south-western coast of Greece, the island of Kefalonia has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild and wet winters. It’s a relatively quiet time to visit the island, which is great if you have a lot of sightseeing planned for your holiday. The climate is cool and damp though, so you’ll need to check the forecast regularly and pack a waterproof jacket to stay warm and dry on rainy days.
The average temperature is 14°C that drops to a chilly 5°C after dark. Temperatures increase slightly during the last week of the month, which is a good time to visit for a milder climate. There’s a high risk of rain and the monthly average is estimated at 79mm over 11 days. 10mph winds blow in from the sea, which can make the weather feel much colder at night. Sunshine hours rise to ten hours per day with an average humidity level of 74%.