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South Africa

Avg weather in November
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    12 Hrsper day
    19 mmper month
    58 %avg
    9 Mphavg
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    South Africa weather November

    What’s the weather like in South Africa in November?

    November marks the beginning of summer in South Africa, so make sure to pack light clothing and plenty of sun cream for your visit. South Africa weather in November is always hot and sunny with perfect beach weather lasting throughout the month.

    Geographical influences

    Days continue to get longer and warmer as the month progresses, making November a fantastic time to travel to South Africa on holiday. The climate is warm with plenty of sunshine lasting all month. It’s not as hot as the peak of summer, which is great if you want to enjoy some outdoor activities such as sightseeing and wildlife spotting.


    Temperatures are around 23°C, but it’s not unusual for things to warm up to the high-20s or low-30s in some parts of the country. In Cape Town, the weather is slightly cooler because of its location on the coast. The daily average is around 18°C with around 20mm of rainfall spread over the month. In areas like Johannesburg, the weather is much wetter with an average monthly rainfall of 120mm. Overall, you can expect around 13mm of rain in the drier locations with a massive 12 hours of sunshine per day.

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