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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in August
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    12 Hrsper day
    202 mmper month
    75 %avg
    9 Mphavg
    Indian Ocean

    Indian Ocean weather August

    What’s the weather like in the Indian Ocean in August?

    August is one of the warmest months of the year, which means it’s also one of the busiest. The tropical climate is in full swing and you can expect to enjoy constant high temperatures with just a few short showers scattered throughout the month.

    Geographical influences

    The Indian Ocean islands have a beautiful tropical climate with warm weather in the summer. Indian Ocean weather in August is very hot during the day with mild temperatures at night and not much rainfall. If you want to avoid the rain as much as possible, choose a sheltered beach. Explore the tropical forests in Seychelles and discover more of the region with some island-hopping. Head to the Maldives for stunning scenery and snorkelling adventures.


    When you arrive in the Indian Ocean in August, you can expect temperature highs of 31°C. This is perfect weather for a classic summer holiday in the sun and it won’t be long before you’re showing off your beautiful tan. You’ll have 12 hours of sunshine to enjoy per day with an average humidity of 75%. 11mph winds are common near the coast and the average rainfall at this time of year is just 26mm.

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