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Avg weather in September
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    Lagos weather September

    What's the weather like in Lagos in September?

    Located in southern Portugal in the country’s beautiful Algarve region, Lagos is a lovely destination for relaxing holidays in the sun. It has a Mediterranean climate, bringing long, hot summers and short, mild winters to the town, with September having some of the warmest temperatures of the year. It’s not overly hot at this time though, perfect if you have young children or want to explore some of the local area as well as spending lazy days at the beach.


    The average temperature in Lagos is 23ºC in September, rising to a high of 26ºC in the height of the day. With nine hours of sunshine each day at a strong UV level, you should check that the whole family’s well protected by regularly applying sun cream. September’s a dry month in Lagos, which expects just 15mm of rain at this time, while evenings stay at a warm 19ºC. If you want to go for a dip in the sea, the Atlantic Ocean’s an inviting 23ºC, its highest annual temperature.

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