What’s the weather like in Dalaman in November?
Make sure you pack some light clothes and sunglasses for your trip to this amazing Turkish resort at this time! Thanks to the Mediterranean climate along Turkey’s southern coast, the temperature is warm and there’s lots of sunshine. The Dalaman weather in November is wetter than between April and October, but the showers are often light and a light jacket will be enough.
The Dalaman region is by the Turkish Riviera and includes idyllic resorts like Marmaris, Dalyan, Fethiye and Icmeler. The Mediterranean Sea is still warm during November, at around 21°C, and these waters help to keep the air on the land very mild in the autumn and winter months.
The weather in Dalaman in November can reach a daytime high of 20°C, which is fantastic for mainland Europe at this time. The regular average is 14°C and at night this may drop to a chilly 9°C. The average rainfall for the month is 117mm, which is much less than December. There are around nine rainy days in this part of Turkey in November. If you’re a sun lover, you’ll lap up the weather this month. You can expect ten hours of sunshine with the sun rising at 7.30am and not disappearing until 6.10pm. The humidity level is quite low, at 58%, and many visitors enjoy the more comfortable conditions compared to the heat of summer. The average wind speed is just 6mph in Dalaman.