Weather in Newfoundland, Canada in January

So you're interested in going to Newfoundland, Canada in January

January is a very cold and rainy time for sunbathing in Newfoundland, and not recommended. January is too cold for swimming in Newfoundland for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit. Consider visiting Newfoundland in the months of June, July, August, September, for the best beach weather. Also consider one of our other suggestions for January.

Temperature in Newfoundland in January

The average maximum temperature in Newfoundland in January is . The average maximum temperature is in the previous month and -0° in the next month.

The average temperature in Newfoundland in January is -2°. The average temperature ranges is in the previous month and -3° in the next month.

The average minimum temperature in Newfoundland in January is -5°. The minimum temperature is -2° in the previous month and -5° in the next month.

Sunshine in Newfoundland in January

The average day light hours per day in Newfoundland in January are 8.9 and there are 2.1 hours of sunshine per day on average during January making it not a particularly sunny month.

The ultraviolet index in Newfoundland in January is typically 0.9 during January. An ultraviolet index reading of 0 to 2 indicates low danger from the sun's UV rays for the average person. Most people will be able to spend several hours in the sun with out a problem, however unprotected skin risks burning in less than 1 hour. Wear sunglasses on bright days. Only those that burn easily will need to apply sunscreen. Watch out for relections from water that may increase ultraviolet exposure.

Sea Temperature in Newfoundland in January

The average sea water temperature in Newfoundland in January is 0.8° which is extremely cold and not suitable for swimming. Taking a dip at this temperature would risk hypothermia.

Rainfall in Newfoundland in January

The average total rainfall in Newfoundland in January is 8.7cm and on average there are 19.2 rainy days in January making it a wet time to visit the beach.

Humidity in Newfoundland in January

The maximum dew point (an indicator of humidity) in Newfoundland in January is -0° which is a bit dry for some. The dew point is in the previous month and -2° in the next month.

The average maximum relative humidity in Newfoundland in January is typically 94.1%. The maximum relative humidity is 92.6% in the previous month and 93.8% in the next month.

The average relative humidity in Newfoundland in January is typically 82.4%. The average relative humidity is 80.9% in the previous month and 81.5% in the next month.

Wind Speed in Newfoundland in January

The average maximum wind speed in Newfoundland in January is typically 49kmh. The average maximum wind speed is 47kmh in the previous month and 46kmh in the next month.

The average wind speed in Newfoundland in January is typically 31kmh. The average wind speed is 30kmh in the previous month and 29kmh in the next month.

The average wind direction in Newfoundland in January is from the West.

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