The best time to visit Sao Tome and Principe is from January until September and December, when you will have a pleasant or warm temperature and limited till mediocre rainfall. The highest average temperature in in Sao Tome and Principe is 29°C in March and the lowest is 25°C in July.
Sao Tome and Principe has the tropical savanna climate prevailing. If you want to know what the average temperature is in Sao Tome and Principe or when most precipitation (rain or snow) falls, you can find a quick overview below. This way, you are well prepared. Our average monthly climate data is based on data from the past 30 years.
The Sao Tome and Principe weather for will be 25° till 27° degrees in the next 14 days with every day chance of light rain showers or even quite a bit of rain. The water temperature is 29°C.
The Sao Tome and Principe weather forecast is based on the weather conditions in the city of São Tomé.
Sao Tome and Principe 14 day weather forecast
Monday 23 may
9.3 mm 75%
3 Bft SSE
Tuesday 24 may
6.6 mm 70%
4 Bft SSE
Wednesday 25 may
0.6 mm 15%
4 Bft SSE
Thursday 26 may
0.8 mm 20%
4 Bft S
Friday 27 may
1.4 mm 30%
4 Bft S
Climate Sao Tome and Principe
Sao Tome and Principe has the tropical savanna climate prevailing. It is warm every month with both a wet and dry season. The average annual temperature for Sao Tome and Principe is 27° degrees and there is about 1120 mm of rain in a year. It is dry for 86 days a year with an average humidity of 80% and an UV-index of 7.
What is the average Sao Tome and Principe weather like in a given month? Let's find out! Click on a month to check all the monthly averages for sunshine, temperature highs and lows, percentage chance of rain per day, snowfall accumulation and number of rainy days.
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