What’s the weather like in Skala in June?
Skala weather in June is great and you’re pretty much guaranteed warm temperatures when you visit. June is a busy month for its warm sunshine and less crowded beaches. The sea waters have also warmed up and are ideal for swimming and taking part in water sports.
The Greek town of Skala is set on the southern tip of Kefalonia. It has a lovely Mediterranean climate with long days of sunshine and summer warmth. It’s very dry on the island during the high season, which is great for days out exploring the island. Coastal winds provide relief from the heat of midday, cooling you down when you need it most.
Temperatures in June reach up to 28°C with a humidity of 72%. At night, the weather gets slightly cooler with an average low of 16°C. The average rainfall is 7mm spread over five wet days. Winds travel at an average speed of 8mph in early summer and usually blow in from across the mild sea. Water temperatures are around 23°C and there’s up to 14 hours of warm sunshine each day.