Cape Verde Weather Report
Our display above shows weather updates for Cape Verde every hour and a 10 day forecast. The tropical climate of Cape Verde weather is mainly sunshine all year round with some tempered trade winds on some of the islands such as Sal and Boa Vista. Some of the more mountainous islands such as Sao Vicente can offer protection from the winds. Reports show the temperature remains constant most of the year. The rainy season is during August, September and October where the level of rain fall can be rather unpredictable. Soaring year round temperatures in the high twenties and virtually no rain makes
Their privileged position in the Atlantic means they enjoy fairly constant cooling winds which keep the atmosphere almost free from humidity. These are at their most prominent during January, February and March.
The islands are volcanic and hilly. They have a rather low and unreliable rainfall, being at the northern limit of the tropical rain-belt. The rainfall is very low at sea level but increases in the hills.
The temperature is typically tropical with no cool season, although there is a small range of temperature around the year; the coolest months are December to March. The combination of moderately high temperature and high humidity can be unpleasant, except when this is tempered by the daily sea breeze.
Daily hours of sunshine average from seven to ten and are highest in the months February to June. There is rather more cloud during the rainier months. Please see below all year round weather graphs to help guide you as to what weather to expect throughout the year.