What’s the weather like in Bugibba in August?
The Mediterranean climate brings great weather to Malta in summer. The Bugibba weather in August is something to look forward to. You’ll enjoy highs reaching the low-30s and long days packed with sunshine and a very small chance of rain.
If you love the heat and want to enjoy as much warm sunshine as possible on holiday, visit in August. It’s the hottest time of the year and the Mediterranean climate means the region sees constant warmth and sun throughout the month. Bugibba is a small region in St. Paul’s Bay. It’s known for its quirky boutiques and range of great restaurants along its quiet promenade. The warm climate is influenced by the surrounding seas, which bring higher temperatures to Malta throughout the summer. There’s also a cooling breeze blowing across the sea that is perfect when you need a break from the heat.
The average temperature in August is around 31°C with up to 13 hours of Mediterranean sunshine per day. There’s just 19mm of rain per month, so you won’t have to worry much about showers during your summer holiday. When winds blow through the region, they’re usually calm and rarely travel above 7mph. The humidity is comfortable at 74% and the average sea temperature is a mild 26°C.