What’s the weather like in South Africa in September?
With high temperatures and clear blue skies all month, September is the perfect time to visit South Africa for a lovely holiday in the sun.
The surrounding sea influences South Africa weather in September with warm currents that keep temperatures high and enjoyable. If you’re staying near the coast, you’ll enjoy coastal winds blowing in from the sea that’ll cool you down during peak times of the day. Subtropical weather is more common in the northeast, which experiences constant sunshine and warmth all year-round. Cooler and wetter weather is more likely in the south towards Cape Town. Johannesburg is similar but has slightly higher temperatures and a few rainy days scattered over the month.
September is a lovely time to visit South Africa for heat and sunshine. The average temperature is a sizzling 32°C, which is very hot and continues to rise as the month progresses. You can look forward to at least 12 hours of sunshine a day, giving you plenty of time to sightsee and relax on the beach. There’s not much rain in September, which has an average monthly rainfall of just 3mm.