What’s the weather like in Copenhagen in August?
The warm, summer climate makes it a great time to explore the exciting Danish capital. The Copenhagen weather in August often has temperatures over 20°C and it’s one of the few months of the year when you can sunbathe by the pretty beaches and around the Harbour Baths.
Copenhagen’s in the east of Denmark, located across the Scandinavian islands of Zealand and Amager and close to Sweden. In summer months like August there’ll still be light showers, but the cold sea breeze fades and inland temperatures rise. After the long, dark days in winter, August has around 15 hours of daylight.
The pleasant weather in Copenhagen in August sees the sun rise at 5.15am and not disappear until 9.15pm. You’ll see some cloud during the month, but also long spells of sunshine with an average of seven hours each day. The daytime high temperature’s 21°C, which is fantastic compared to spring and winter, with evenings hovering around 15°C to 16°C. The sea’s the warmest all year at 17°C and you could fancy a splash if you visit the nearby beaches. The UV index is moderate to low and the heat and humidity are very comfortable.