What’s the weather like in Borovets in September?
The Borovets weather in September makes the most of the late summer temperatures, which are four or five degrees cooler than July and August. Lots of visitors still come to this part of Bulgaria at this time because it’s quieter compared to peak summer and usually a little drier than the previous few months.
Borovets is found on the north slopes of Bulgaria’s Rila mountain range, in the pretty south west of the country close to Samokov. Warm air from the Aegean and Ionian Sea help to keep temperatures mild to warm around the town in September. Higher ground above the town will definitely feel cooler though.
You’ll soak up the pleasant weather in Borovets in September. The temperature could reach highs of 17°C on warmer days this month. The normal temperature should be around 13°C and only occasionally fall to 7°C or 8°C on cool and cloudy days. The humidity level will be about 71%. Visitors still love the sunshine in September. Borovets can boast up to eight hours each day with the sun not setting until around 8pm. Here in the south of Bulgaria the rainfall averages 47mm this month during six rain-affected days. The wind strength will be light at just 4mph.