What’s the weather like in Red Sea in August?
The sun-kissed climate produces very hot temperatures in this peak summer month around Egypt’s premier resorts. The Red Sea weather in August can often see the barometer hitting the high 30s and no rain falling all month.
Famous Egyptian resorts like Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada and El Gouna enjoy a very welcoming sea breeze in the summer months thanks to the Red Sea. Towns and cities inland can be stifling in the summer heat. The Atlas Mountains often block any rains from reaching Sharm El Sheikh.
The weather in Red Sea in August regularly sees daytime high temperatures of 35°C or more on the hottest days. The average low during the day will only be a few degrees cooler. The night time temperature will be around 25°C, so it’s a good idea to check your hotel has air conditioning. The sun seems to last forever around Egypt’s Red Sea coastline. It shines for an average of 12 hours each day and doesn’t set until 6.30pm for most of the month. Rainfall here’s very rare during August and chances are you’ll see no rain at all on your luxury holiday. The Red Sea is very inviting with an average temperature of 28°C. The wind speed’s low at 11mph but the UV level is high, so use plenty of sunblock and it’s wise to take water with you when you’re exploring the sandy beaches.