Skopelos Greece Weather
The red alert issued by Greece's National Weather Service for the worst weather has hit most parts of the country with heavy snowfall and winds of up to 10 mph. Heavy rains have hit the eastern coast of Greece, causing flooding and landslides, blocking roads and disrupting traffic.
While that may sound unappealing, it is still a long way from the weather conditions that prevail in Britain at this time of year. In fact, the amount in Skopelos is 735 millimetres per year, and is more common in October and April than in London in December. The interior of the island is covered with plains and hills up to 2,000 m above sea level, and the green follows a Mediterranean pattern. In summer, when the sky is clear and there are several cloudy periods, it is also good in May and September. However, the situation is not particularly good in the winter months, especially in July and August, while in summer the sun prevails under clear skies.
The average high in November is 16 oC, but the temperature drops later in October and the days are cooler, and in May the sea is cold. It is not cold, but it is hardly typical beach weather, as the sea is cold until May and remains warm enough for swimming. The average temperature in Skopelos in July, August, September and October is not cold at all, with temperatures in the mid-20s.
The heat is usually tamed by a cooling sea breeze and low humidity, but sometimes it is cloudy, leaving about four hours of sunshine a day. Rainfall is forgotten with 100 mm per month, and sometimes it can rain heavily, especially in December and January. The rainy month is December, so it rains quite often and the daytime temperature is pleasantly high. From June to September, the temperature is in the mid-20s and reaches a peak of 28 degrees. The humidity makes the temperature feel pleasant, apart from the coldest weeks of winter.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Skopelos, the hottest months are July, August and then June. However, it can rise to low 30s at the peak of the season, and from December to mid-March it is not so mild. The cooler months of July and August are the best, but this is the driest weather, as it has above average rainfall. The average maximum temperature is in the mid-20s, with a peak of 28 degrees at the end of July.
The average water temperature in Skopelos reaches 15 degrees Celsius in winter and rises to 25 degrees Celsius in summer. The warmest time of the year is generally during the summer months, when the highest value is 85.2 degrees. (29.6 degrees B), while the temperature rarely drops below 22.4 degrees F at night. In autumn, the average temperature is 22 degrees Celsius and in autumn it rises to 27.5 degrees Celsius.
The hottest day of the year is July 31 with an average maximum of 82 AdegF and a low of 71 AdegF, and the day with the warmest water is August 12 with an average temperature of 78 AdegaF. The coldest season is March 2nd, with an average temperature of 57 ° C. The hottest days this year are July 30th, July 27th and July 29th, while the coldest days in the summer months last from July 1st to August 2nd.
In September and the first half of October there is still a whole week without rain, but in November the first days start to get a little cold and windy. Skopelos will be dry for 20 days and in April, May and June it will rain more frequently, with an average of 3-4 days of rain per month. April to May, June to July, July to August, August to September, September to October and October to April.
The best time to ski in Skopelos is around November 5, when the fresh powder is deep, but there is often a good chance of snow in the first weeks of November. The busiest months for tourism to Skopselos in Greece are June, followed by July and May. Based on the results on the beach and in the pool, the best time to visit SkA3pelos for skiing, snowboarding, hiking and other outdoor activities is from the end of June to the end of August. Prices for hotels and flights are the most expensive, but you can save by buying well in advance. Spring is the busiest time of the year to arrange your spring tourism with many activities and things you want to do.
The sky is bright and blue-green, with good chances of snow in the first weeks of April and The sky is green-blue, but not as bright as in other parts of Greece.