What’s the weather like in Bruges in August?
August is the warmest month of the year and you can look forward to mild temperatures and longer days of sunshine throughout the summer.
Bruges weather in August is warm and sunny, with temperatures reaching the low-20s at peak times of the day. The town is on the northern coast of Belgium, which means it has the same maritime climate that’s heavily influenced by the Atlantic and the North Sea. Colder weather is more common in the region with the occasion downpour scattered throughout the month. August has the warmest weather of the year, but it can still be quite cool at night so make sure to pack a light jacket for the evening.
You can look forward to an average daily temperature of 17°C, which is great for sightseeing and exploring the region. The warmest time of the day is between 12pm and 3pm when temperatures peak at 21°C before gradually lowering to 12°C at night. You’ll have six hours of sunshine per day, which is slightly less than July. The average rainfall is around 71mm, which means you can expect at least four rainy days throughout the month.