First the bad news, Gabrielle - Corfu is the wettest place in Greece. Fortunately, most of the rain falls in the first two months of the year leaving us with the greenest place in Greece and no water shortages.
Weather forecasts are often the reason for panic on this site - but it does rather depend on which one you are looking at. Most are for the whole of Corfu and people take little account of the wind direction that influences where any rain might fall. Some weather forecasts are so misleading they should be scrapped.
Roda's summer climate is one of reliably long, hot summer days with winds from the northwest. With a couple of exceptions, our weather here has been unbelievably good since June last year and May is the time when the winter patterns change over. It's taking a little longer this year, but that doesn't mean it's raining. The temperatures are in the low to mid 20s, there is some high, broken cloud, but people are wandering around as usual in shorts & T shirts. At the moment, over the next ten days, there is a little rain forecast for tomorrow, and again on Monday June 6th - which is too far away to be accurate. On both days, the winds are northerly in nature, which will probably mean that the rain, if there is any at all, will move to the south of the island.
This is the forecast to follow for Roda:
Edited: 26 May 2012, 8:39