What’s the weather like in South Africa in September?
Located in the southern hemisphere, the beautiful country of South Africa has it’s winter season from June to August, and summer from October to February. September marks springtime in the region, so temperatures are gradually getting warmer as the hotter months draw near. If you want to avoid intense heat and the high season crowds, this can be a great time of year to visit South Africa.
In September, the average temperature in the coastal city of Cape Town is 14°C, reaching highs of 19°C in the peak of the day. Although it’s mild during daylight hours, you’ll need plenty of warm clothes in the evenings as temperatures drop down to 9°C. Around 50mm of rain’s expected during September, while the seas are a cool 16°C. In Johannesburg, temperatures are slightly warmer with highs of 22°C, and lows of 9°C. Around 40mm of rain’s forecast, so although you may experience some showers it won’t ruin your holiday.