What’s the weather like in Sant’Agnello in January?
January is usually the coldest time to visit the region and Sant’Agnello weather in January is very rainy with high cloud coverage across the month. It’s very quiet in town at this time, so it’s perfect if you’re looking for a peaceful getaway in winter.
The town of Sant’Agnello is a clifftop town just a few minutes away from Sorrento, which sits on the Amalfi Coast in southern Italy. The town is backed by rolling green hills that go on for miles, offering amazing views and great hiking trails. The Mediterranean climate is cool and damp in winter but starts to warm up again in spring. Rainfall ranges from light showers to heavy downpours, so remember to pack a raincoat or umbrella for your visit.
The daily average is around 14°C with night lows of 3°C, which is very cold. The humidity is comfortable at 68% for most of the month. There are nine hours of sunlight each day with 10mph winds blowing through the town. The temperature of the sea is just 15°C, so it’s not advised to go swimming this month. Rainfall is likely throughout the month with a monthly average of 84mm. This means there will be 14 rainy days in January with a lot of cloud coverage.