What’s the weather like in Bansko in September?
Bansko enjoys a warm summer climate in September with very high temperatures lasting throughout the month and plenty of daily sunshine. You’re likely to see some rainfall spread over the month, but showers are short and light so it shouldn’t get in the way of your holiday.
Located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains in southwest Bulgaria, Bansko boasts stunning views of the Pirin National Park and Todorka Peak. Warm air often blows in from the Ionian and Aegean Sea, which moderates temperatures and helps to keep the weather mild and enjoyable throughout the month. If you want to do some hiking and wilderness exploring during your visit, you’ll need a waterproof jacket since the higher elevated areas experience a lot more rainfall and lower temperatures than the town of Bansko.
If you want to visit Bansko before the snow settles in, make sure to arrive in September. The daily average is a pleasant 24°C with evening lows of 11°C. Bansko weather in September is very sunny with around 12 hours of sunlight each day. The sun sets at around 8pm, so you’ll have all day to explore the town and enjoy adventurous walks through to the beautiful parks. Humidity levels are comfortable at 72% with just 48mm of rain spread over five wet days. Gentle winds bring relief from the heat and travel at just 4mph.