What’s the weather like in Borovets in August?
In the summer months between June and August this popular skiing town in Bulgaria is a hotspot for visitors making the most of the warmer weather and bright skies. The temperature can rise to around 19°C, which means the Borovets weather in August is ideal for exploring the town and mountains or just relaxing at your peaceful hotel. It’s one of the wetter times to visit and bringing a showerproof jacket is a good idea.
Borovets is found in the south west of Bulgaria in the Rila mountain range, about 10km south of the famous resort of Samokov. The snow has disappeared by August and mild air from the Aegean and Ionian Sea help to make the conditions warmer at this time. Temperatures are a little lower in the higher ground around Borovets.
The weather in Borovets in August sees an average daytime high temperature of 17°C, which can rise by a few degrees on the hottest days. The humidity will be around 66% and the UV level is medium to high, so use sunblock when you’re out in the daytime sun. You may need to bring an umbrella in case you’re caught in light rains. There’s around 100mm of rainfall this month across eight rain-affected days on average. You’ll want to make the most of the sunshine in Borovets in August. There’ll be up to nine hours each day, on average, and the sun doesn’t set until 8.45pm at the start of the month. The wind speed is very low at 4mph but this increases slightly if you venture higher up the mountains.