Llandudno Weather January Averages, United Kingdom
North Wales is known for its drizzly weather and has 20 days of precipitation during January. It comes in the form of drizzle, light rain, and occasionally heavy rain that totals about 5.47" (139 mm) for the entire month.
Those who are willing to brave the common climate can enjoy the plentiful shopping that is on offer. From quaint local markets that are only open on specific days to many modern, stylish boutiques. There are also many specialty shops offering food and other local treats.
Those who would rather stay in also have many things to choose from. There are constant sources of entertainment from the many theatres, cinemas, museums, and galleries in the area.
At any given time, tourists can take in a
wide variety of shows, movies, and art exhibits at places such as the famous Venue Cymru. This theatre
not only hosts performances, but it also boasts a children's theatre programme with workshops to keep children busy.
The average low temperature for January is 38°F (3°C), which will be considered quite cold for those from much warmer areas, but most will not find this an uncomfortable nighttime temperature. The average high temperature is 47°F (8°C).
The average sea temperature is only 46°F (8°C) in January. There is an average of 3 brightly-lit hours of sunlight each day.