What’s the weather like in Kefalos in January?
As one of the coldest months of the year, January is quiet and peaceful on the island of Kos. Kefalos weather in January is actually fairly mild during the day but there’s quite a lot of rain and a good deal of cloud cover over the month.
Kefalos is a Greek town in the west of Kos. The town has a blend of semi-tropical and Mediterranean climates, which means it’s quite wet and mild in winter. The evenings are cooler and packing warm layers will help to keep you warm and comfortable. The island of Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese Island chain, which is in the Aegean Sea. All the islands receive sunshine and warm temperatures throughout the year but the winters are a lot damper, so a raincoat is a must-have.
The average temperature in January is a mild 15°C, which is one of the lowest daily averages of the year but it’s still fairly mild compared to UK weather. The average monthly rainfall is 83mm, so prepare for light to moderate showers with the possibility of a thunderstorm. Winds are quite strong at 17mph on the windiest days of the month. Humidity levels are comfortable and not too high at 67% with around nine hours of sunlight per day.