Average January weather on the Sunshine Coast, Australia
The minimal temperature (usually the temperature that is observed at evening) on the Sunshine Coast in January is 21.4°C. The amount of rain that falls in January is very high, and averages 150mm. The average rainfall is over a period of 10 days.
The typical maximum daytime temperature is around 29.2°C. If you love looking up at a clear blue sky and are a fan of sun, this is the perfect opportunity to visit Sunshine Coast with 230 hours of sunshine.
|Average Sea Temperature
|70% to 80%
Beginning of Month to End of Month Approx. Times
|Daylight Trend: Days shortening - later sunrises earlier sunsets
Sunrise 4:50am - 5:20am
Sunset 6:45pm - 6:40pm
|Chance of Rain
What is the weather like On the Sunshine Coast in January?
It is a month that the Sunshine Coast experiences essentially continuous cloud cover, with the proportion of times that it is cloudy or mostly cloudy staying around 33 % during the entire month.
The clearest day of the month is the 26th of January and is characterized by generally clear or partially cloudy weather most of the time.
Weather in January On the Sunshine Coast
A rainy day is one that has at the very least 1.016mm of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. On the Sunshine Coast, the chance of having a wet day throughout the month of January increased by 30%, with the month beginning at 30 % and finishing at 35%.
To illustrate the variation in the month, and not only the total monthly We show the amount of rain that fell over a 31-day sliding period, with each day being the center.
The average 31-day sliding rainfall in January on the Sunshine Coast is rapidly increasing from the beginning of the month with 121.92 mm, at which point it seldom exceeds 233.68 mm nor falls under 43.18 mm. It ends the month with 157.48 mm, which is when it is rarely over 325.12 mm or is lower than 45.72 mm.
In January on the Sunshine Coast, the length of the day is declining gradually. From the beginning to the close of the month the duration of the day is reduced in 27,00 minutes which translates to an average daily reduction in the range of 53 secs and a weekly drop in the range of 6 minutes and twelve seconds.
The longest day of January is Jan 31 and it has 13 hours and 21 mins of daylight. The longest day falls on the 1st of January with 13 hours and 47 minutes of daylight.
The humidity levels on the dew points, since it is the determining factor in whether sweat is able to evaporate off the skin, thus chilling the body. Dew points that are lower in dew feel dry and the higher dew points feel more humid. In contrast to temperature, which usually changes significantly from night to day, dew points tend to shift more slowly. which means that while the temperature might fall in the evening, a humid day will usually be followed by a hot night.
The likelihood that a particular day will be hot on the Sunshine Coast is increasing during January, ranging from 70 to 80 %during the month.
This section focuses on the broad-area hourly average wind direction (speed as well as direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The winds that are experienced at any particular location is greatly influenced by local topography , as well as other factors and the speed and direction can vary significantly than hourly averages.
The hourly average wind speed of Sunshine Coast is essentially constant throughout January, and stays between 0.1 mile every hour of 9.3 miles per hour all.
Sunshine Coast is located near the shores of a large area of freshwater (e.g. ocean or sea, or a large lake). This report focuses on the broad-area average surface temperature of the water.
The temperature of the surface water of the Sunshine Coast is essentially constant throughout January, staying between of -17.22°C of 26°C all.
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