What’s the weather like in Tunisia in August?
With crystal-clear blue skies this month and Mediterranean sunshine covering the beaches, August’s a wonderful time to visit Tunisia’s popular resorts. The hot weather in Tunisia in August attracts visitors who enjoy amazing sunbathing conditions and hardly any rain.
Tunisia has a wonderful location on the northern tip of Africa, with the Mediterranean sea by its pretty eastern coastline. Here, the temperature rarely dips below 30°C during the day, but the sea breeze is very refreshing and helps keep you comfortable. The south of Tunisia’s warmer than the north, and the inland Sahara deserts can see extreme heat in August and July.
The Tunisia weather in August can be relied on for some of the Mediterranean’s hottest temperatures. The average high in August’s a balmy 33°C. Even on rare days, when a few clouds appear, it’ll only dip to around 23°C and at night it should average 19°C. There’s no need to worry about showers during August in Tunisia. Only 10mm falls on average across two or three days, and resorts in the south, such as Djerba, will have barely a drop of rain this month. As it’s the peak of summer, the UV and heat index is high, but the humidity will be quite comfortable at around 53%. The Mediterranean’s always a good place to cool off on hot days. The average water temperature will be a brilliant 26°C.