Bodrum: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Bodrum
The latest and today's weather in Bodrum, Turkey updated regularly
- Sunrise 05:52
- Sunset 20:21
- Moonrise 16:18
- Moonset 03:18
|Temp feels like:||59°F (15°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 38m|
|Dew Point:||54°F (12°C)|
|Pressure:||29.8" (1009 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 30th May in Bodrum
|Average High||77°F (25°C)|
|Record High||82°F (28°C) (2001)|
|Average Low||63°F (17°C)|
|Record Low||55°F (13°C) (2004)|
Weather Overview for Bodrum
Bodrum is home to an enviable Mediterranean climate of long hot summers, enjoyable spring and autumn months, and short mild winter. Bodrum lies on the south west coast
of Turkey, upon
Summer is peak season in the region; tourists flock in from all over the world
to relax on the long sandy beaches and soak up the rays in the 25+ degree heat.
In the height of summer the mercury rises above 30 degrees on many occasions, providing
a great atmosphere to lie on the beach or by the pool (covered in sunscreen!),
or to hire a jet ski and have fun upon the
While summers can get blisteringly
hot at times, particular during the hottest months of July and August, the area
benefits from the cooling prevailing wind, the Meltemi, which blows refreshing
crisp winds from the
The spring and autumn months are each extremely pleasant times to visit, with temperatures hovering in the low to mid 20’s, you will be sure to experience plenty of sun filled days and clear skies. April and May are perfect months for walking and hiking through the green hills and taking in the beautiful sights and smells of a blooming spring. The beginning of autumn and end of spring are certainly warm enough for the average holidaymaker and are preferable in terms of tourist crowds. Out of the peak summer months finding a spot on the beach is a little less tricky and you may benefit from cheaper flights and accommodation. However, while the sea is more than warm enough for swimming in October and November, it can be a bit too nippy in the spring.
Rain generally falls in the winter
months so come prepared with an umbrella if visiting in this period. During winter, from November till March,
Bodrum sees much cooler weather, with average daily temperatures dropping to
10C or below. Its position upon the