Fethiye Mugla: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 06:29
- Sunset 18:01
- Moonrise 17:55
- Moonset 06:04
|Temp feels like:||48°F (9°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 41m|
|Dew Point:||45°F (7°C)|
|Pressure:||30.18" (1022 hpa)|
Weather Overview for Fethiye Mugla
Fethiye is a city in the Aegean region of Turkey. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey, with tourists attracted by the stunning coastline and Mediterranean weather.
Fethiye experiences a classically Mediterranean climate, with a long, very hot and dry summer and a short and wet winter.
Summer (April to September)
Summer in Fethiye is long, dry and very hot. The season begins early, with average temperatures reaching 21°C in April and hitting 25°C in May. April sees the last of the wet weather, with an average of 44mm expected, and May experiences just 27mm of rainfall. April and May both see plenty of hot weather and sunshine, with April experiencing nine hours of sunshine a day, and May eleven.
High summer is June to September, when average daytime temperatures never fall below 30°C. June and September see averages of 30°C, while the average in July and August is 33°C.
The weather is perfect for relaxing on the beach, with temperatures frequently getting close to or surpassing 40°C during the hottest part of the day. The sunshine is relentless, and wise visitors will seek at least temporary relief in the museums and restaurants found in the town. Sunscreen is, of course, absolutely essential. The days are very long and are sunny as a rule, with average sunshine hours of 13 or 14 hours between June and August.
Typically for a Mediterranean climate, the weather is extremely dry during the summer. Rain is virtually absent in June, July and August, with levels of between 11mm and 5mm during these months, so there is no need to worry about getting caught in showers.
Besides the weather, tourists are also drawn by the stunning coastline and clear waters found in the bay upon which Fethiye is located. These waters are sheltered and great for swimming, not to mention warm. The sea temperature averages 23°C in June, climbing to a peak of 27°C in August. The water remains warm in September with an average of 26°C.
Autumn (October – November)
Temperatures fall to a still-warm 25°C in October, but October sees rainfall shoot up to an average of 65mm. The weather during autumn never gets cold, but it is very wet – making up for the dry summer. Rainfall rises yet further in November, with an average of 113mm seen during the month.
Sea temperatures also begin to fall, with the water temperature falling to 23°C in October and 20°C in November.
Winter (December – early February)
Winter is extremely wet. December and January are by far the wettest months of the year, seeing rainfall levels of 197mm and 187mm respectively. It never really gets cold – average daytime temperatures are a very mild 13°C even in January. Rainfall levels fall in February to a still-high 142mm, but rain tails-off noticeably as February progresses.
Spring (Late-February and March)
The worst of the wet weather has passed by time March arrives and March sees average rainfall drop to 87mm. March also sees warm weather arrive, with average daytime temperatures hitting 17°C and levels occasionally pushing well into the twenties.