What’s the weather like in Qawra in August?
Temperatures are at the highest at the start of August and tend to lower towards the end of the month. It’s the best time of the year to visit Qawra if you want to experience the Mediterranean climate to the fullest. There’s nothing but the sunshine and clear blue skies with just a small chance of rain.
You’ll find Qawra in the Northern Region of Malta within St. Paul’s Bay. It’s one of the most popular holiday resorts in Malta and perfect for swimming, sunbathing and sightseeing. Qawra weather in August is very warm, so make sure to pack enough sunscreen for your trip. It’s also quite humid, which is due to the surrounding sea waters that also carry winds of up to 7mph.
August is the warmest time of year in Malta with temperatures ranging from 28°C to 31°C. You’ll have 13 hours of sunlight per day, giving you plenty of time to get around the resort and explore other great destinations in Malta. It’s very dry in August with an average rainfall of just 19mm. This means it usually won’t rain for more than one day of the month, which is perfect if you’re planning on soaking up a lot of Mediterranean sunshine on the beach. Winds reach speeds of up to 7mph and help to control humidity levels, that is around 74% in the peak of summer.