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Netherlands weather in August 2022
- 2121°C max day temperature
- 1414 days with some rainfall
- 1212°C min night temperature
- 1515 hours of daylight per day
- 0No heat & humidity
- 7070 mm of monthly rainfall
- 55 (Moderate) UV index
Below are average maximum temperatures at popular destinations in the Netherlands in August. Select a destination to see more weather parameters.
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The August weather guide for Netherlands (Amsterdam) shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia), the Met Office & the Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Find out more about our data sources.
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How hot is it in the Netherlands in August?
Daytime temperatures usually reach 21°C in Amsterdam, Netherlands in August, falling to 12°C at night.
How sunny is it in the Netherlands in August?
There are normally 6 hours of bright sunshine each day in Amsterdam, Netherlands in August - that's 42% of daylight hours.
Does it rain in the Netherlands in August?
There are usually 14 days with some rain in Amsterdam, Netherlands in August and the average monthly rainfall is 70mm.
Netherlands August sunrise & sunset times
Browse the sunrise and sunset times for Netherlands in August 2022. Select a month to view Netherlands sunrise and sunset times for the next 12 months. The Netherlands sunrise and sunset times shown below are for Amsterdam.
|Date||Sunrise times||Sunset times|
|Monday, 1st August 2022||06:01||21:32|
|Tuesday, 16th August 2022||06:25||21:03|
|Wednesday, 31st August 2022||06:50||20:31|
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