Weather in September
signifies the beginning of the transition from the dry season back to the rainy season. While the country still experiences dry conditions, the rainfall starts to increase slightly. Average temperatures range from 18°C to 23°C, indicating a slight warming trend compared to the cooler months of July
In the northern regions of Angola, including Luanda and Malanje, rainfall remains low but begins to increase, averaging 10mm for the month. As the landscapes start to revive with this increased rainfall, travel conditions remain generally good, with only a minor increase in road difficulties.
In contrast, the southern parts of Angola, including areas like Lubango and Namibe, also start experiencing a minor increase in rainfall. The temperatures in these regions remain cooler, usually ranging from 16°C to 20°C.
Coastal regions like Lobito persist in experiencing moderated temperatures due to the Benguela Current. Average temperatures in these areas typically range from 18°C to 23°C.
When comparing September to the previous month of August, there's a minor increase in both rainfall and temperature, signalling the shift towards the rainy season. As Angola moves into October
, this transition continues, with further increases in rainfall and steadily rising temperatures.
- Luanda - September »
January through April, September through December, with an average maximum UV index of 12, are months with the highest UV index in Luanda, Angola. On the first day of September in Luanda sunrise is at 06:08 and sunset at 18:05.
- Huambo - September »
The months with the highest UV index in Huambo are August and September, with an average maximum UV index of 6. With average high temperatures of 30.5°C and lows of 14.5°C, September is the warmest month in Huambo.
- Lobito - September »
August and September, with an average relative humidity of 80%, are most humid months in Lobito, Angola. In Lobito, Angola, in September, the average water temperature is 21.3°C.
- Benguela - September »
On the first day of September in Benguela, sunrise is at 06:10 and sunset at 18:02. The months with the lowest UV index in Benguela are June through September, with an average maximum UV index of 6.
- Kuito - September »
On the first day of September in Kuito, sunrise is at 05:56 and sunset at 17:48. Kuito's September weather, marked by an average high temperature of 28°C and an average low temperature of 12°C, is the warmest in the year.
- Lubango - September »
September is the month when Lubango experiences its warmest temperatures, averaging a high of 29.6°C and a low of 13.7°C. September, noted for its average high-temperature of 29.6°C and an average low-temperature of 13.7°C, is considered the warmest month in Lubango.
- Namibe - September »
July through September, with an average sea temperature of 18°C, are months with the coldest seawater in Namibe. In September, the average sea temperature in Namibe is 18°C.
- Soyo - September »
On the first day of September in Soyo, sunrise is at 06:10 and sunset at 18:10. In Soyo, in September, the average water temperature is 23.2°C.
- Cabinda - September »
On the first day of September in Cabinda sunrise is at 06:11 and sunset at 18:11. In September, the average sea temperature in Cabinda is 23.3°C.
- Uige - September »
In Uige during September, the rain falls for 18.8 days and regularly aggregates up to 51mm of precipitation. In Uige, Angola, in September, it is raining for 18.8 days, with typically 51mm of accumulated precipitation.