Weather in Croatia in january 2021

In this section, find the the weather forecast for the month of january for most popular cities in Croatia. These predictions are statistics for the month of january from weather reports for over 10 years. The percentage indicates the possibility of having the weather indicated.

Weather details in january

Fresh temperatures and wet days characterize the climate throughout January in Croatia throughout the country. In fact, one can expect these climatic conditions since January is at the heart of the winter season. However, because of the influence of height on the climate, the coldness is more accentuated in the vicinity of Zagreb - while on the coast and in the south especially, the temperatures in midday are relatively mild.

Janaury on the Adriatic Coast

The cities bordering the Adriatic Sea benefit from the positive influence of the sea on the climate, since the climatic conditions there are less severe than those of the inland. In fact, it is rare to see the temperatures during the day fall below 5° C - whereas by midday, it is possible to feel a comfortable, thanks to a few degrees gained over the hours.

January in the Croatian Islands

Although humidity continues to characterize the weather throughout January in Croatia, the rains in the Croatian islands are slightly weak and the days are often characterized by the alternating shy sun and the overcast sky. As the temperatures are relatively mild, the weather is suitable to recharge and enjoy a few beautiful sunny days. It is enough to cover well in order to feel comfortable during walks and outings.

January on Inland

Cold temperatures, overcast skies and thick morning mists define the weather in Croatia throughout January on inland. Even Gospic, a town not far from the coast, experiences frequent episodes of snowfall occurring at any time of the day. The same is true of Zagreb and its surroundings. Despite the soft presence of the sun, temperatures remain cool to the point that it is recommended to bundle before leaving the house.



Where to go in Croatia in january?

Where to go in Croatia in january: destination map

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Where should you go in Croatia in january when it comes to the weather?

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The climate in Croatia in january ranges from bad to very bad depending on the region and city.

warning in january the weather varied depending on the city and regions of the country.

January is not the best month to go to in Croatia. The climate in Zadar, Pula, Poreč, Hvar Island, Split, Dubrovnik, Croatian islands (Brac,Mljet...), Rovinj, Korčula Island and Trogir is bad. It's cold, the sun is not there all the time and you take the risk of being you soak in the rain very frequently.

But it's ultimately better than around the cities of Zadar, Pula, Poreč, Hvar Island, Split, Dubrovnik, Croatian islands (Brac,Mljet...), Rovinj, Korčula Island and Trogir and surrounding areas where the climate is even worse. We really do not recommend you to travel to these areas in january.


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Climate in Croatia in january

Climate in Zagreb in january

In january, the mean temperature in Zagreb is 36°F (maximum temperature is 40°F and minimum temperature is 32°F). The climate is rather more than very fresh in that locality in the month of january. Do not forget to cover yourself! With 2.8in over 10 days, rain may occur for your vacations. But this is rather moderate and you will not be too bothered by it.

January
Average temperature 36°F
Highest temperature 40°F
Lowest temperature 32°F
Rainfall 2.8in
Number of days with rainfall 10 day(s)
(31%)
Humidity 90%
Daily sunshine hours 7
Cloud cover 57%
Length of day 09:05
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net very bad
more information about the climate in Zagreb in january

Climate in Dubrovnik in january

In january, maximum temperature is 52°F and minimum temperature is 47°F (for an average temperature of 49°F). The climate is fairly cold around this city in this month, but it is tolerable when dressing cosy. With 7.9in over 12 days, rain is to be feared for your holidays. Consider to pack adapted clothes.
With a bad climate, the month of january is not the best time to go in that area in Croatia.

January
Average temperature 49°F
Highest temperature 52°F
Lowest temperature 47°F
Sea temperature 58°F
Rainfall 7.9in
Number of days with rainfall 12 day(s)
(38%)
Humidity 75%
Daily sunshine hours 8
Cloud cover 41%
Length of day 09:24
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net bad
more information about the climate in Dubrovnik in january

Climate in Croatian islands (Hvar, Brac,Mljet...) in january

In the month of january, the mean temperature in Croatian islands (Brac,Mljet...) is 52°F (maximum temperature is 54°F and minimum temperature is 50°F). The climate is quite fresh there in january, but it is tolerable by dressing warm. With 4.9in over 12 days, you risk getting wet slightly for your holidays. But this is reasonably and it will not be continuous.
With an unfavorable weather, january is not recommended month to go in this locality.

January
Average temperature 52°F
Highest temperature 54°F
Lowest temperature 50°F
Rainfall 4.9in
Number of days with rainfall 12 day(s)
(39%)
Humidity 72%
Daily sunshine hours 8
Cloud cover 41%
Length of day 09:21
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net bad
more information about the climate in Croatian islands (Hvar, Brac,Mljet...) in january

Climate in Plitvice Lakes National Park in january

In the month of january, the mean temperature in Plivice National Park is 36°F (maximum temperature is 40°F and minimum temperature is 31°F). The climate is rather more than very fresh around this city in the month of january. Plan a sweater! With 5.4in over 14 days, you will experience some showers throughout your stay. But this is rather moderate and you will not be too bothered by it.

January
Average temperature 36°F
Highest temperature 40°F
Lowest temperature 31°F
Rainfall 5.4in
Number of days with rainfall 14 day(s)
(46%)
Humidity 92%
Daily sunshine hours 7
Cloud cover 56%
Length of day 09:10
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net very bad
more information about the climate in Plitvice Lakes National Park in january

Climate in Split in january

In the month of january, the mean temperature in Split is 49°F (maximum temperature is 52°F and minimum temperature is 45°F). The climate is fairly fresh in that area in this month, but it is endurable when dressing cosy. With 4.8in over 10 days, you risk getting wet slightly throughout your holidays. But this is pretty reasonably and you will not be too bothered by it.
With an unfavorable weather, january is not recommended month to go in this city in Croatia.

January
Average temperature 49°F
Highest temperature 52°F
Lowest temperature 45°F
Sea temperature 57°F
Rainfall 4.8in
Number of days with rainfall 10 day(s)
(33%)
Humidity 76%
Daily sunshine hours 8
Cloud cover 42%
Length of day 09:19
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net bad
more information about the climate in Split in january

All cities in Croatia in january

Zagreb in januaryvery bad weather
Dubrovnik in januarybad weather
Croatian islands (Hvar, Brac,Mljet...) in januarybad weather
Plitvice Lakes National Park in januaryvery bad weather
Split in januarybad weather
Zadar in januarybad weather
Pula in januarybad weather
Gospic in januaryvery bad weather
Krka in januaryvery bad weather
Opatija in januaryvery bad weather
Poreč in januarybad weather
Rijeka in januaryvery bad weather
Rovinj in januarybad weather
Trogir in januarybad weather
Biograd na Moru in januarybad weather
Bjelovar in januaryvery bad weather
Brela in januarybad weather
Buzet in januaryvery bad weather
Cavtat in januarybad weather
Delnice in januaryvery bad weather
Dugi Rat in januarybad weather
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Weather data for Croatia in january:

Weather data for Croatia in january is derived from an average of the weather forecast since 2009 in Croatia. There is a margin of error and these forecasts are to be considered as general information only. The weather in Croatia can vary slightly from year to year, but these predictions should limit surprises. So you can pack your bags and check when is the best time to go to Croatia.


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