We've looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Malta, covering the last 12 years up to 2021, plus we've asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Malta weather in August.
How warm is it in Malta during August?
August is typically the hottest month in Malta. The temperature hits about 27℃ during the day, falling away to a balmy 26℃ at night. Of course, the high humidity will make it feel even hotter. The UV index will be high at this time of year, so protection against skin and eye damage is needed. Try to limit exposure between 10am and 4pm. Apply broad spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every few hours, even if it's cloudy, or more frequently after sweating or swimming, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses too, and bear in mind that bright surfaces, such as sand and water increase UV exposure.
Does it rain in Malta during August?
On average, there will be 2 rainy days during the month, amounting to 3.8mm in total. That's almost nothing at all, therefore rain isn't something we think you need to consider. Due to the high temperature and humidity, you might expect lots of thunderstorms, however they're actually fairly infrequent at this time of year. On average, August will see just 1 days that produce a storm.
How warm is the sea in Malta during August?
The water around Malta reaches a very pleasant 27℃ during August. This is very warm, and will feel bath-like. People who normally feel the cold will find this temperature perfectly acceptable. The hot air temperature will mean that you will feel comfortably warm when coming out of the water.
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21st July 2021 by Hand Luggage OnlyEpic 7-day itinerary to visit Malta on holiday
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18th November 2019 by PommieTravelsThe best beaches in Malta
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12th June 2019 by PommieTravels9 best things to see & do in Malta
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9th February 2021 by Europe a la CarteFour beautiful sandy beaches in Malta
Malta is fringed with small coves and wide bays, where shallow water laps beautiful sandy beaches. Here are my top four sandy beaches in Malta.Mellieha BeachMellieha beach lies in the northeast of the island, just off the road to the Gozo ferry, which makes it very accessible. This was my favourite Malta beach; the water was calm so I enjoyed my swim there, although it was rather cold initially (we were in Malta in late May). It’s a good beach for kids as the water is shallow until quite far...
4th September 2009 by Europe a la CarteOff the beaten track beaches in Malta
As you would expect with most European beach holiday locations, Malta’s beaches can get really busy, especially during the peak summer holiday season of June to August. I sometimes enjoy visiting a busy beach as there is so much going on and it is great for people watching, but what happens if you want to chill out and get away from it all? The good news is that because Malta is an island it has many different kinds of beaches that will suit almost everyone, including those looking to get...
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