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Puerto Rico Weather in August

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The weather in August in Puerto Rico is fantastic for spending (morning) hours on the beach with highs of 89°F and the warmest water temperatures of the whole year measuring 84°F. The sun shines for almost 9 hours each day and it’s never colder than 78°F - even when it rains. And it does rain quite a bit in August with 19 rainy days on average. The showers are most present in the afternoon. It is the rainy season and hurricane season after all but the risk of spending a few hours here or there indoors is rewarded with some great off season deals to be found.

Puerto Rico offers plenty of entertainment during the afternoon rain showers. Check out one of the fun adventure tours, visit a museum or do some shopping. Cycling enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the Las 100 de la Parguera.

High and Low Temperature in August °F

Water Temperature in August °F

Current Weather Puerto Rico

79°F scattered clouds
Local Time

Hourly 10 Days

Averages Puerto Rico

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

83° 84° 85° 86° 88° 89° 89° 89° 89° 88° 86° 84°

Low °F

72° 72° 73° 74° 76° 78° 78° 78° 78° 77° 75° 73°

Sun

8h 8h 9h 9h 9h 9h 9h 9h 8h 7h 7h 7h

Rainy days

18 14 12 13 16 14 19 19 17 18 20 20

Water °F

79° 79° 79° 79° 81° 82° 82° 84° 84° 84° 82° 81°

Puerto Rico Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Puerto Rico

Given its tropical climate Puerto Rico is a beautifully warm place to visit any time of the year. The least rainy months are March and April and as such, probably the best time weatherwise for a beach vacation. From May until August the waves are the highest> and the conditions are ideal for surfers.

If you are planning to visit the Rio Camuy Cave Park or the El yunque rainforest, it’s best to choose some of the drier months, like February, March, April or June. In terms of the least crowded time of year, November and May are the best choices. The peak hurricane months are August and September.

Things to know about Puerto Rico

The insular area of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean impresses with its beautiful and quiet bays, a lively capital city and a huge amount of nature and greenery. Here is a guide of what to explore on this stunning island.
Puerto Rico San Juan festival flags buildings
Puerto Rico San Juan Castillo San Cristobal
Puerto Rico rainforest trees
Puerto Rico San Juan sea city santa maria magdalena de pazzis cemetery
Puerto Rico San Juan sea waves sand palm trees
Puerto Rico waterfall

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