What’s the weather like in Kololi Beach in August?
Even though it’s the wettest time of the year with tropical rains falling, the Kololi Beach weather in August is still hot and sunny. Visitors love the amazing climate in the beautiful African country of The Gambia and the downpours can often happen in the evenings and bring a refreshing feel to the weather.
South-westerly winds from the Atlantic Ocean bring heavy rain and means the weather in Kololi Beach in August is wet but hot. The ocean breeze is refreshing and towns further inland don’t benefit so much from this. All of The Gambia’s wet this month with about 15 rain-affected days.
The average rainfall’s around 225mm during August in Kololi Beach. The beautiful sunshine helps to soon dry the ground, with around 11 hours on average each day from 13 hours daylight. The sun doesn’t set until 7.30pm in August. You’ll love taking a dip in the warm waters of the Atlantic, which will be about 28°C at this time. The humidity level will be a refreshing 79%, even though the UV index is high and you’ll need to use plenty of sunblock when you’re by the pool or the beach. The average daytime high temperature in Kololi Beach in August will be 33°C, with cooler days dropping by six or seven degrees. The night time level will be around 20°C.