The sun-drenched Cape Verde has a subtropical dry climate. February is similar to the month of January. There is a pleasant average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and the chance of rain is an exception. This means that you can enjoy fine weather in February on the Cape Verde islands. The Cape Verde islands consist of nine inhabited islands, namely Sal, Boavista, Sao Nicolau, Sao Vicente, Santo Antao, Santiago, Maio, Fogo and Brava.
What kind of weather can you expect in Cape Verde in February? Below you will find the averages of the most important meteorological variables. These are the maximum temperature, minimum temperature, rainfall and wind force. The weather data for the month of February is based on historical weather data and does not provide an actual weather forecast for Cape Verde.
Temperature in February
The month of February is on average the coldest month of this tropical archipelago, but that does not mean that it is really cold. The average maximum temperature in February is 24.8 degrees Celsius. The spread of the temperature is greatest at the beginning of the month. In the second part of February the maximum temperature is constant.
Explanation of the graph above: the average maximum temperature for the month of February is shown on a daily basis (orange line). The light orange shaded part shows the spread of the average maximum temperature.
The average minimum temperature is the lowest in February compared to the other months of the year. The average temperature is around 18 degrees Celsius at night.
Explanation of the graph above: the average minimum temperature for the month of February is shown on a daily basis (orange line). The light orange shaded part area shows the spread of the average minimum temperature.
Rain in February
Rain is scarce in February. On average, there is only about 1 millimeter of rain, this is no more than a short shower.
Explanation of the graph above: the average rainfall in millimeters for the month of February is shown on a daily basis (blue line). The light blue shaded part shows the spread of the average rainfall.
Wind in February
There is a fairly strong wind of 35 km / h in February (Beaufort 5). Especially on the downwind islands of Boavista, Sal, Sao Nicolau, Sao Vicente and Santo Antao there is a strong wind. The conditions are ideal for surf lovers.
Explanation of the graph above: the average maximum wind force for February is shown on a daily basis (red line). The light blue park is a weak wind with a speed of about 1 to 11 kilometers per hour (Beaufort wind force 1 and 2). The light green part is a moderate wind with a speed of about 12 to 28 kilometers per hour (Beaufort wind force 3 and 4). And the light orange part is a strong wind with a speed of about 29 to 49 kilometers per hour (Beaufort wind force 5 and 6).
The weather in Cape Verde in other months
- Cape Verde weather January
- Cape Verde weather in March
- Cape Verde weather in April
- Cape Verde weather in May
- Cape Verde weather in June
- Cape Verde weather in July
- Cape Verde weather in August
- Cape Verde weather in September
- Cape Verde weather in October
- Cape Verde weather in November
- Cape Verde weather in December
The weather data comes from the weather station 85940 (Sal, Cape Verde). The geographical coordinates of the weather station are: 16.73 degrees latitude, -22.95 degrees longitude and 54 feet high. The weather data is an indicator for all islands of the Cape Verde archipelago. Due to differences in geographical location and geography (mountains versus flat desert soil), there are local differences. For example, on the mountainous and green island of Santo Antao there is more rain than on the flat islands Sal or Boavista. The same for temperature and wind force.The average maximum wind force is the speed of the wind at a height of 10 meters for 10 minutes and the average of that. This wind force is therefore an average and is lower than the real maximum wind speed. The maximum speed of the wind can be about 10 to 20 kilometers per hour higher. The data is based on a large number of data points, namely the historical weather reports on a daily basis from December 2012 to 2017. Weather data are sensitive to errors, failures and other defects. We can therefore not take responsibility for decisions made on the basis of these weather data.