What’s the weather like in Kefalonia in January?
The Kefalonia weather in January is generally at its coldest with low temperatures at night and a good deal of rainfall. You’ll need to pack warm layers and a waterproof jacket for your holiday to Kefalonia at this rather damp and cool time of year.
The Ionian Island of Kefalonia is located west of mainland Greece. It’s known for its rocky landscapes and golden, sandy coves along its stunning coastline. The island has a typical Mediterranean climate with wet winters. Temperatures are quite mild during the day but it can get very cold overnight, so you’ll need a jacket for any evening activities you’ve planned.
The average temperature is around 14°C with up to ten hours of lovely sunshine per day. The wet weather is the main drawback to January’s climate and you should expect 12 rainy days spread over the month with up to 98mm of rainfall. Humidity levels are at 70% for most of the month and controlled by 10mph winds blowing in from the Ionian Sea.