What’s the weather like in Sliema in January?
Located on the north-east coast of Malta, Sliema is the island’s largest resort and enjoys a lovely subtropical climate all year round. While it’s not as warm as the spring or summer months, Sliema weather in January is still enjoyable with plenty of sunshine and moderate rainfall.
January is one of the coldest months of the year in Sliema but it’s still very mild. The town is in the Northern Harbour District in Malta and overlooks the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. It can be quite humid at times, which is influenced by the surrounding water. However, most days are very sunny with some showers scattered throughout the month.
It’s slightly cooler in January than last month with an average daily temperature of 16°C. However, you’ll still get at least ten hours of sunlight per day before temperatures lower to 10°C in the evening. Humidity levels are quite high at 67% and controlled by 17mph winds coming in from the sea. It’s quite damp in January and there’s 93mm of rainfall spread over the month.