What’s the weather like in Tobago in August?
With several hours of warm sunshine and balmy temperatures, the Tobago weather in August makes it an amazing island to escape to. This Caribbean paradise has golden, sandy beaches, tropical gardens and breath-taking scenery. There’ll be tropical showers around the island this month.
Tobago, and the nearby larger island of Trinidad, is the most southerly nation in the Caribbean. It’s close to the equator and temperatures are about the same all year. August’s in the wet season, although the southern side of Tobago has more shelter from the north-east wind and rain.
Your trip to Tobago this month will see average temperatures of a balmy 31°C, with a cooler breeze along the coast. Under cloudy skies, it won’t feel as hot, and in the evening you can expect it to be about 20°C. The tropical weather in Tobago in August produces an average of seven hours of sunshine each day. The sun rises before 6am and finally sets at 6.30pm. Bring a waterproof layer with you as you explore Tobago. There’ll be 236mm of rainfall, often in short and sharp downpours, over an average of 23 wet-weather days. The Caribbean Sea’s very inviting at this time at a brilliant 27°C. Keeping sunblock and water with you is very important as the heat and UV levels are high in Tobago, in August.