Belgrade
Serbia
Long-term weather forecast
Long-term weather forecast

August weather forecast and climate
Belgrade, Serbia

A distant view of the Cathedral, St. Sava Temple, Belgrade Lady Building, Old City, Branco
A distant view of the Cathedral, St. Sava Temple, Belgrade Lady Building, Old City, Branco's Bridge, and the Belgrade city in Serbia, over the Sava River
August is usually the hottest month of the year in Belgrade as the temperatures remain in the average range of 17.8°C (64°F) to 28.9°C (84°F).
The weather is hot but light showers that amount to 58.4mm (2.3") during the month, bring timely relief and lower the humidity. The long days last for 15 hours and receive plenty of sunshine - approximately 8.8 hours.
A section of the population finds the mountain weather temperate during the summer, and the hills see rising crowds. Generally, August is the time to avoid a Belgrade visit at the peak of the summer.

What is the warmest month in Belgrade?

August is the warmest month in Belgrade, Serbia, with an average high-temperature of 28.7°C (83.7°F) and an average low-temperature of 17.6°C (63.7°F).

What is the temperature in August in Belgrade?

The average high-temperature, in August, in Belgrade, is 28.7°C (83.7°F), while the average low-temperature is 17.6°C (63.7°F). The average heat index (a.k.a. 'feels like', 'felt air temperature'), that takes the relative humidity and factores it into the air temperature reading, in August is appraised at 30.7°C (87.3°F).

What are the least humid months in Belgrade?

April, May, July and August, with an average relative humidity of 61%, are the least humid months.

What is the average humidity in August in Belgrade?

In Belgrade, the average relative humidity in August is 61%.

How many days does it rain in August in Belgrade?

In Belgrade, in August, during 9 rainfall days, 58.3mm (2.3") of precipitation is typically accumulated.

What is the average length of the day in August in Belgrade?

The average length of the day in August in Belgrade is 14h.

How long on average sun shines in August in Belgrade?

In August, the average sunshine in Belgrade is 8.8h.

How high is the UV index in August in Belgrade?

In Belgrade, the average daily maximum UV index in August is 7. A UV Index of 6 to 7 symbolizes a high health vulnerability from the exposure to the Sun's UV rays.
Average temperature in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average high temperature in August: 28.7°C

The warmest month (with the highest average high temperature) is August (28.7°C).
The month with the lowest average high temperature is January (4.6°C).

  • Average low temperature in August: 17.6°C

The month with the highest average low temperature is August (17.6°C).
The coldest month (with the lowest average low temperature) is January (-1.1°C).

Average humidity in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average humidity in August: 61%

The month with the highest relative humidity is December (79%).
Months with the lowest relative humidity are April, May, July and August (61%).

Average rainfall in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average rainfall in August: 58.3mm

The wettest month (with the highest rainfall) is June (101.2mm).
The driest month (with the lowest rainfall) is February (40mm).

Average rainfall days in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average rainfall days in August: 9 days

The month with the highest number of rainy days is December (14 days).
The month with the lowest number of rainy days is August (9 days).

Average daylight in August / Average sunshine in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average daylight in August: 14h

The month with the longest days is June (Average daylight: 15.5h).
The month with shortest days is December (Average daylight: 8.9h).

  • Average sunshine in August: 8.8h

The month with most sunshine is July (Average sunshine: 9.4h).
The month with least sunshine is December (Average sunshine: 2.1h).

Average UV index in August - Belgrade, Serbia
  • Average UV index in August: 7

Months with the highest UV index are June and July (UV index 8).
Months with the lowest UV index are January and December (UV index 1).