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Avg weather in August
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    11 Hrsper day
    862 mmper month
    84 %avg
    9 Mphavg

    Candolim weather August

    What’s the weather like in Candolim in August?

    August falls within monsoon season in Goa, which means Candolim weather in August is very warm, humid and wet. Rain showers are very heavy, so make sure to pack plenty of waterproof jackets and light clothing to help deal with the humidity.

    Geographical influences

    Candolim is a charming town overlooking the Arabian Sea. It’s home to a number of stunning beaches including the Candolim Beach and Calangute Beach. Explore the tropical countryside at your own pace in the summer, when the town is at its quietest. It’s also a great time for a long sailing trip before heading inland for dinner at one of the town’s fine restaurants.


    The average temperature in Candolim in August is 21°C with humidity levels of 85%. This can make the weather seem very humid and warm, especially if you’re taking part in outdoor activities. There’s a massive 300mm of rainfall throughout August, which means it rains almost every day of the month. However, you’ll still get 12 hours of sunshine per day with cooling 9mph winds on the beach.

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