What’s the weather like in Lagos in October?
Lagos is a beautiful town in the south of Portugal and has a Mediterranean climate that brings long, hot summers and mild winters to the popular Algarve region. Although it’s still warm in October, temperatures are dropping as the month goes on. It does start to rain a bit more often, but with nine hours of sunshine each day, you can still expect lots of clear skies for relaxing on the beach at this time. You should visit Lagos at the start of October for the warmest, driest weather.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Lagos is 19°C, rising to a high of 22°C during the afternoon. The weather’s ideal for young children because conditions stay comfortable, but you should still protect yourself with plenty of sun cream if you go on holiday to Lagos in October. The average low cools to 16°C at night, so you should consider a light jumper or cardigan for evenings out in the town. It rains on one in three days at this time of year, and with 60mm of rain expected you might see the occasional shower, but they’re usually short-lived. If you want to go for a dip, the Atlantic Ocean’s 22°C this month.