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    France weather in August

    Europe

    France weather in August

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    Corsica
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    Provence
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    France weather in August

    According to August weather statistics, 4 of 13 regions of France have the dry season. These regions are Corsica, Provence, West France, Langedouc-Rousillon. The weather statistics in France in August determinate, that all regions (13) will be in the tourist season.

    The day temperature in August in France is the lowest in Brittany - its value is 22.1 °C (71.8 °F). The highest value of the day temperature in France in August can be seen in Langedouc-Rousillon with a value of 29.0 °C (84.2 °F).

    In August in France - the region with the lowest night temperature is Alps. The value in this region is 11.2 °C (52.2 °F). In August in France - the region with the highest night temperature is Corsica. The value in this region is 20.3 °C (68.6 °F).

    The sea temperature in August in France is the lowest in North France - its value is 10.7 °C (51.3 °F). The sea temperature in France in August is the highest in Corsica - its value is 24.4 °C (75.9 °F).

    In August in France - the region with the lowest number of rainy days is Corsica. The value in this region is 3 days. The highest number of rainy days in France in August can be found in Alsace, where the value of number of rainy days is 11 days.

    The rainfall amount in France in August is the lowest in Corsica - its value is 19 mm (0.75 in). The highest rainfall amount in August in France can be found in Alps, where the value of rainfall amount is 81 mm (3.17 in).

    The lowest value of the wind speed in August in France can be seen in Alsace with a value of 2.3. In France in August - the region with the highest wind speed is Langedouc-Rousillon. The value in this region is 5.1.

    The lowest humidity in France in August can be found in Langedouc-Rousillon, where the value of humidity is 65 %. The highest value of the humidity in France in August can be seen in Brittany with a value of 80 %.

    In France in August - the region with the lowest number of sun hours (without clouds) is Alsace. The value in this region is 7 hours. The number of sun hours (without clouds) in August in France is the highest in Provence - its value is 10 hours.

    The lowest clear sky percentage in August in France can be found in Alsace, where the value of clear sky percentage is 48 %. In France in August - the region with the highest clear sky percentage is Provence. The value in this region is 72 %.

    The lowest day length in France in August can be found in Corsica, where the value of day length is 14 hours. The highest day length in August in France can be found in North France, where the value of day length is 14 hours.