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Avg weather in August
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    12 Hrsper day
    103 mmper month
    80 %avg
    17 Mphavg

    Seychelles weather August

    What’s the weather like in the Seychelles in August?

    Located in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles has a tropical climate which brings warm temperatures to the islands all year round. In August, trade winds bring the temperature down by a degree or two, but it’s also a relatively dry month with any showers being short and sharp. The sea can be choppy at this time of year, but with a nice breeze this is a good month for windsurfing and surfing.


    In August, the Seychelles reaches an average temperature of 26°C in the daytime. With highs of 28°C in the peak of the day and lows of 24°C after dark, temperatures remain quite constant through the day, and you’ll certainly be grateful for air conditioning. With such intense heat you’ll need to protect your skin with high factor sun cream, while a light rain jacket is also handy as the islands see around 100mm of rain over the course of the month. For lazy beach days, a paddle in the warm 26°C seas is always welcome.

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