Bodrum: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Bodrum
The latest and today's weather in Bodrum, Turkey updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:39
- Sunset 19:38
- Moonrise 21:27
- Moonset 09:32
|Temp feels like:||21°C (69°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 38m|
|Dew Point:||17°C (63°F)|
|Pressure:||29.86" (1011 hpa)|
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Historic Temperatures for 2nd September in Bodrum
|Average High||27°C (81°F)|
|Record High||35°C (95°F) (2003)|
|Average Low||20°C (68°F)|
|Record Low||20°C (68°F) (1996)|
Weather Overview for Bodrum
Overview for Bodrum
Bodrum has an enviable Mediterranean climate consisting of gorgeous long, hot summers, fantastic milder spring and autumn months and a shorter, mild winter. Situated on the south west coast of Turkey, this beautiful coastal town is in close proximity to some of the most spectacular beaches in the world.
Summer is peak season in the resort and tourists flock from all over the world to relax on the long, sandy beaches and soak up the soaring temperatures. Temperatures normally rise above 30 degrees at the height of summer, providing a great atmosphere for those who want to lie on the beach or by the pool. It’s a great time to hire a jet ski, go scuba diving or have fun upon the Mediterranean Sea. Though summers in Bodrum become extremely hot at times, especially during the months of July and August when the weather is at its warmest, the area benefits from the cooling and prevailing winds from the Aegean from May to October. These crisp winds help to push the temperature down in the evenings and allows those visiting Bodrum to take in the towns sights or enjoy some delicious Turkish cuisine at one of the many restaurants the resort has to offer.
Spring and Autumn
The months during spring and autumn are still very pleasant times to visit Bodrum, with temperatures hovering in the low to mid-twenties. You’ll be able to experience plenty of sunshine and clear skies, though a minor shower may occur at times. April and May are perfect months for walking and hiking through the green hills. You can immerse yourself in the beautiful sights and the smells of a blooming spring. The beginning of autumn and end of spring are definitely warm enough for the everyday holidaymaker and Bodrum is less packed at this time of year. During off peak tourist season, it’s much easier to find a spot on the beach and flights and accommodation are generally cheaper too. However, while the sea is more than warm enough for swimming in October and November, it might be too nippy in spring to enjoy a quick swim.
The winter months bring rain so you need to be prepared. Pack a raincoat and umbrella in your luggage if you’re planning on visiting Bodrum during this time. From November to March, the weather is much milder with the average daily temperatures dropping to ten degrees or less. The resorts position upon the Mediterranean Sea means that temperatures are moderated and conditions stay fairly cool. The wettest months are December and January when it’s possible that heavy storms will occur. Though Bodrum is warmer than the UK throughout winter, it should not be considered a winter sun destination due to the likely chance of rain and drizzle.