Calis Beach, Turkey: Live Weather
Live weather in Calis Beach
The latest and today's weather in Calis Beach, Turkey updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:41
- Sunset 17:55
|Temp feels like:||64°F (18°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 14m|
|Pressure:||30.01" (1016 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 15th November in Calis Beach
|Average High||68°F (20°C)|
|Record High||73°F (23°C) (1996)|
|Average Low||48°F (9°C)|
|Record Low||37°F (3°C) (2005)|
Weather in Calis Beach
Turkey is well-known for its glittering south coast beach resorts, which offer the ideal weather conditions for a good old-fashioned summer holiday in the sunshine. If you're searching for the perfect resort, you really will be spoilt for choice, but with plentiful activities, close proximity to many other resorts, and around 300 days of bright sunshine per year, Calis Beach is certainly a top contender for your destination of choice.
The resort itself is situated near to Fethiye, a neighbouring resort which offers more in the way of holiday fun, and a great place to visit for the day. The warm waters of the Mediterranean offer protection from cool temperatures, meaning that the climate is quite literally Mediterranean in origin – long hot summers, with barely any rain, and mild, wet winters, which don't tend to last that long. Whilst there isn't really a set spring and autumn period, the weather does die down in intensity after summer, before giving way to a noticeably warmer period just after February ends, leading up to the heat of summer.
Spring can generally be classified as around March to May, although May is certainly a very warm month to visit the resort, and a great time to head there for people who don't really enjoy seriously hot temperatures and crowds. Spring is the ideal time to find cheaper deals too, as airlines tend to start flying to Dalaman, the nearest airport, around the April/May mark, with lower prices at this time.
March experiences an average temperature of around 13° and although this is still a little chilly, there are plenty of sunny days, perfect for a walk and exploration. Rain is a little higher at this time, with 40mm experienced during the first month of the season, however by the time May rolls around, you will see a distinct climb in temperature, which an average of 20°C, and very little in the way of rain.
The sea temperature reflects the air temperature during the month of May too, at 20°C, which is why so many visitors prefer this time of year – warm weather, little chance of rain, no searing heat, low crowds, and plentiful activities to enjoy. It's also easier to get out and about to explore at this time, with many tourist attractions now open, but without the crowds and heat of peak summer.
Calis Beach is certainly busy during the peak summer months of June to September, although you can expect the most in the way of heat during July and August. August is the hottest month of the year, whilst also being the month with the best sea temperature too – 27°C!. The average temperature at this time is recorded at 28°C, however the average high can easily hit 33°C, and even higher during frequent heatwaves experienced in the summer months.
Rain during these peak months is virtually non-existent, however sun is certainly ever-present; July is the sunniest month of the year, with an average of 14 hours of sun per day, and evenings are certainly balmy. If your hotel offers you air-conditioning, which it probably will, then during these months it's advisable to take it, as you won't notice too much of a difference between day and night temperatures whilst you're trying to sleep – lows consistently stay above 20°C.
Of course, at this time of year it's important to pay heed to sun safety, as summer in the resort offers little in the way of respite. If you are out on a boat trip or enjoying beach time, remember to slap on that sun-cream, stay hydrated, and seek shade whenever possible, especially for young children. If you're not a fan of high temperatures, then this is perhaps not the time to visit, however June offers a fantastic middle-ground, with an average high temperature of around the 30°C mark.
Water-sports are very popular during this time of year, with fantastic conditions for kite-sailing in particular. June is a great time to enjoy this sport, perhaps learning something new, with wind speeds of around 7 knots, making conditions ideal.
The final month of the summer season does fall into the autumn period, classed as October and November, and whilst the temperatures are still very mild and the sun shines plentifully, there is a little more uncertainty about the weather, especially in terms of rainfall. November experiences rain of around the 114mm mark, making this the rainiest month of the year. Despite that, you will get plenty of prior warning before large downpours, as local forecasts are very accurate.
October is a popular month to visit for those seeking a last bit of sun before the season ends, especially for families visiting during the half-term holiday. The average temperature at this time of year is around 20°C, which can rise to as high as 25°C, with 10 long sun hours to enjoy every day and only 29mm of rain. Again, cheaper holidays tend to be on offer at this time, with many tourist attractions still open until around the third week of the month. Hotels and restaurants do start to close around the second week, but the large all-inclusive hotels will generally stay open until the very end.
Calis Beach experiences short, mild winters, although it's worth mentioning that winter storms can bring heavy rain to the area for a short period of time. It's not unusual to experience a storm with heavy rain and wind at this time of the year, and occasionally these can bring short-lived flooding. Despite that, again, you will know when storms are coming, as locals are very keen to tell you when bad weather is on the horizon!
When you say the word 'winter', you might picture snow and ice in your head but this is very unlikely to happen in this part of Turkey. Inland you will see snow and colder temperatures, in cities like Istanbul, and especially in Ankara, but the coastal areas are much warmer, thanks to the influence of the Mediterranean Sea. The average temperature during the coldest month of the year, January, is around 11°C, which is certainly much warmer than many other places during typical winter months, and can even rise as high as 15°C on those particularly warm days.
Rain to some degree is quite frequently expected during the winter months, with January experiencing around 86mm of precipitation, before falling to a much lower 43mm in February, with spring just around the corner. Sunshine certainly shines despite the winter status, with roughly 8 wonderful hours a day, which allows visitors to explore the area fully, and experiencing the true Turkish culture and traditions, which are much more evident at this time of year, away from the influences of tourism.