|Ave Daily High F||57||58||61||66||74||83||89||89||82||74||66||61|
|Ave Daily High C||14||15||16||19||23||28||31||32||28||23||19||16|
|Ave Daily Low F||43||43||46||50||56||62||67||67||63||58||51||46|
|Ave Daily Low C||6||6||8||10||13||17||19||19||17||14||11||8|
|Sunbathing / Swimming|
|How to use this table|
|Winters in Corfu are wet - very
wet. October to February is the wettest time with an
average of 1 day in 2 seeing precipitation. Crete is not
an ideal Christmas destination either, with December
clocking in a whopping 10.2 inches of rain. Temperatures
by day are reasonably mild but can get quite cool at
night and there is usually at least one frost a month in
winter, away from the coast.
So Corfu is far better experienced outside the winter months. If you like to have an active holiday then April, May and September are best with pleasant temperatures. For sunbathing weather, go between late May and early September and you shouldn't be disappointed. In the height of summer, July and August get very hot indeed by day with plenty of days topping 90F (32 C) which will be too hot for some. But even at this time of year, night time temperatures often get below 70F (21 C), so that air-conditioning is not absolutely essential.
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Globetrotter Corfu (with map) Berlitz Corfu
Greek Islands - The Rough Guide Lonely Planet Greece
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