7 Day Weather Forecast | George Weather

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George, situated in the Western Cape province of South Africa, enjoys a Mediterranean climate with generally mild temperatures throughout the year. The city is surrounded by lush landscapes, including forests and mountains, contributing to its pleasant climate. Here’s an overview of the weather in George across the seasons:

Summer (December to February):

    • Temperature: Summers are warm, with daytime temperatures ranging from 20 to 28 degrees Celsius (68 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall: This season experiences occasional rainfall, with the possibility of thunderstorms. It’s advisable to bring a light jacket or raincoat.

Autumn (March to May):

    • Temperature: Autumn brings mild temperatures, ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius (59 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall: The rainfall decreases as autumn progresses, and the weather becomes more stable. It’s a pleasant time to visit, with comfortable temperatures.

Winter (June to August):

    • Temperature: Winters are cool but not extremely cold, with temperatures ranging from 7 to 19 degrees Celsius (45 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall: Winter is the drier season, and rainfall is minimal. However, some rain can be expected.

Spring (September to November):

    • Temperature: Spring sees a gradual increase in temperatures, ranging from 10 to 23 degrees Celsius (50 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall: Similar to autumn, spring experiences moderate rainfall. The weather becomes increasingly pleasant.

Overall, George’s climate is conducive to year-round visits. Summers are warm and inviting, while winters are mild, making it an excellent destination for outdoor activities and exploring the scenic surroundings. It’s always a good idea to check the weather forecast closer to your travel dates for more accurate information.

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