The last month of the summer, August
, is another hot month in Valentine
, with average temperature fluctuating between 87.1°F (30.6°C) and 58.6°F (14.8°C).
In Valentine, the average high-temperature in August is almost the same as in July
- a still hot 87.1°F (30.6°C). In August, in Valentine, Nebraska, the average low-temperature is 58.6°F (14.8°C).
In August, the average heat index is appraised at a tropical 92.3°F (33.5°C). Take extra precautions, as heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible. Sustained activity may result in heatstroke.
Take into consideration that the heat index values are calculated for shade and light wind conditions. Exposure to direct sunshine can increase heat index values by up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees.Note
: The heat index, also known as 'apparent temperature', 'felt air temperature', 'real feel', or 'feels like', combines air temperature and relative humidity to represent a human perceived temperature equivalent. This effect is individual, with diverse people perceiving weather differently for numerous reasons (pregnancy, clothing, metabolic differences), and activity. Bear in mind that direct sunshine exposure increases weather impact, and may raise heat index by up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees. Heat index values are especially crucial for babies and toddlers. Children are often less aware of the need to rest and re-hydrate. Thirst is a late sign of dehydration - it is vital to remain hydrated, particularly during prolonged physical activities.
In August, the average relative humidity in Valentine is 57.6%.
In August, in Valentine, the rain falls for 7.9 days. Throughout August, 2.18" (55.4mm) of precipitation is accumulated. Throughout the year, in Valentine, there are 87.9 rainfall days, and 20.02" (508.6mm) of precipitation is accumulated.
through August are months without snowfall in Valentine, Nebraska.
In Valentine, the average length of the day is 13.9h.
In August, the average sunshine in Valentine is 10.5h.
In August, the average daily maximum UV index in Valentine is 8. A UV Index estimate of 8 to 10 represents a very high health hazard from the exposure to the Sun's UV radiation for the average person.Note
: In August, the average maximum UV index of 8 translate into the following recommendations:
Take extra precautions. Protection against sun damage is required. The Sun's UV radiation is most powerful between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To the extent possible, limit exposure to the direct sun during these hours. Sun-protective clothing, a long-sleeved shirt and pants, a wide-brimmed hat, and UVA and UVB-blocking sunglasses are particularly helpful in blocking UV radiation's harmful effects.