What’s the weather like in Amalfi in January?
If you want to do a lot of sightseeing and take part in outdoor activities during your stay, January is a great time to visit. Amalfi weather in January is a lot cooler with lower temperatures towards the start of the month.
Nestled on the south-west coast of Italy is the vibrant town of Amalfi. The weather is usually very warm and sunny but winter has cooler temperatures. There’s some rain, but showers are usually very short and light, which means they won’t get in the way of your holiday. You may want to pack some warmer clothes if you’re heading out at night because temperatures are much lower, and winds can make it feel even colder in the evening.
January has the coldest weather of the year with a daily average of just 12°C. On windy days, the sea breeze can reach speeds of up to 8mph which help control humidity levels from rising above 73%. Each day has nine hours of sunshine with an average rainfall of 47mm spread over the month.