What’s the weather like in Agadir in January?
Located on the North Atlantic coast of Morocco, Agadir experiences dry, hot summers and mild winters, making it a year-round destination. January is the coolest month of the year in Agadir, with mainly clear skies and some patchy cloud cover. If you’re visiting in January there’s a chance of rain showers, so make sure you pack a waterproof and bring extra layers for the cooler evenings. Towards the end of January there’s less chance of rain, so book your holiday in the latter half of the month to reduce the risk of getting wet. The days are warmest in the afternoon, while it gets quite cold at night.
During January the average daytime temperature in Agadir hovers around 15ºC, with highs of 22ºC and lows of 8ºC. The sea temperature is around 18ºC, so it’ll feel slightly warm in comparison with the air. There are ten hours of sunlight each day, with sunset at around 5.50pm at the start of the month. Average rainfall’s 35mm, so it’s worth packing a light raincoat and plenty of sun cream to cover all weather conditions.