August Weather in Belize:
Average Temperature, Rain, Sunshine & Humidity





The tables below list the typical August temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius) and rainfall (in total days, inches and millimetres) for cities and towns in Belize.

There's also information on this month's average sunshine and humidity levels in Belize City. Plus there's data here on the likelihoods of named tropical storms and hurricanes approaching Belize during August.

The locations with temperature and precipitation data are distributed around the country's mainland. Belize City is on the central coast, while Punta Gorda sits on the south coast in Toledo District. In Cayo District are Belmopan, the capital city which lies in central Belize, and San Ignacio, located near the western border. Middlesex in Stann Creek District is west of Dangriga. Libertad is in the Corozal District of northern Belize.

Temperature

Average August temperatures
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
88 76 Belize City 31 24
90 71 Belmopan 32 22
91 74 Orange Walk 33 23
88 73 Punta Gorda 31 23
90 San Ignacio 32

Rainfall

Total monthly precipitation averages for August
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
16 Belize City 7.4 187
19 Belmopan 8.9 225
12 Libertad 5.6 142
18 Middlesex 12.9 328
23 Punta Gorda 27.3 693
15 San Ignacio 6.1 156

Sunshine — Belize City gets 235 hours of sunshine on average in August, equal to 8 sunny hours a day.

Humidity — Belize City has an average relative humidity in the afternoon during August of 74 percent.

Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

The chances of a named tropical storm approaching within 100 miles (165 km) during August ranges from 6 percent for northern Belize to 2 percent for the southern coast.

There's a 2 percent probability that a hurricane will approach that close this month. The likelihood of a major category 3 to 5 hurricane reaching the area is 1 percent.

References

Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Hurricane Research Division

Belize National Meteorological Service. Climate Summary.

World Data Center for Meteorology. Climate of the World.

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