What’s the weather like in Skala in February?
The Mediterranean climate cools down in winter, bringing lower temperatures and wetter weather to the island of Kefalonia.
The Skala weather in February is fairly mild during the day compared to the UK, which makes Skala a fantastic winter holiday destination. The town is on the southern tip of the Ionian Island of Kefalonia, which enjoys year-round sunshine thanks to its warm Mediterranean climate. Temperatures are cooler at night, so a jacket is needed for the evening as well as a raincoat to prepare for showers.
The daily average is around 10°C, which increases to 14°C at peak times of the day. The weather continues to get cooler towards the evening but temperatures rarely drop below 5°C. The surrounding seas are cold with an average water temperature of 15°C, which is the coldest sea average of the year. You can expect up to ten hours of lovely sunshine per day, which brings temperatures up and provides you with enough time to sightsee and explore. Average wind speeds of 11mph are expected near the coast and often help to control the humidity, which reaches up to 71%. The rainfall average is around 69mm over the month, which means there’s around 11 days of rain.