Weather in August
in the Pitcairn
Islands is the concluding month of the winter season, with a gradual increase in temperatures compared to the chillier month of July
. Daytime temperatures typically range from 16°C to 18°C, marking a slight warming trend as the islands start transitioning towards the spring season.
Compared to July, temperatures in August exhibit a mild increase, indicating the slow shift away from winter's chill. This warming trend continues into the following month of September
, which marks the official start of the spring season.
Rainfall in August remains low, similar to the levels experienced in July. However, a slight increase in precipitation can be observed, indicating the onset of the wetter spring months. As always, occasional rain showers contribute to the islands' consistent humidity levels.
As with previous months, the small size of the Pitcairn Islands means there is minimal geographical climate variation. However, minor differences can be observed due to the island's topography and resulting microclimates.
- Adamstown - August »
August and September, with an average sea temperature of 22.3°C, are months with the coldest seawater in Adamstown. In Adamstown, Pitcairn, during August, the rain falls for 18.1 days and regularly aggregates up to 65mm of precipitation.