What’s the weather like in Qawra in February?
February is the second coldest month of the year with temperatures lowering to the mid-teens during the day. There’s still plenty of sunshine though, thanks to the region’s Mediterranean climate.
Since Malta is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, it’s not unusual for the winter months to experience cooler temperatures and stronger winds. Qawra is nestled in the north and is close to both Salina and Bugibba. Qawra weather in February is mostly sunny and mild with colder temperatures sweeping in at night. Rainfall is low to moderate, which is great if you’re planning on hiking or horseback riding along the beach.
The average temperature is around 15°C with lows of 13°C at night. You’ll have ten hours of sunlight per day, which continues to increase towards spring and summer. The average rainfall is just 46mm, which means you might get lucky and escape the damp weather during your stay. Winds race along at 18mph, which can make it feel much colder near the coast and in the evening when winds tend to pick up.