The city of Port Elizabeth is located in the mixed climate zone between the Mediterranean climate and oceanic climate, this means that the climate of the city present cold but mild winters, and summers are hot but not too hot and humid as it happens in the northernmost areas of the east coast of South Africa.
Port Elizabeth has a sub-tropical climate with regular rainfall distributed throughout the year, the average annual rainfall is just over 600 mm. Port Elizabeth has a pleasant climate that allows the bath in the sea all year round, the city is known as the most sunny coastal city in South Africa.
The city has mild temperatures throughout the year, in winter the average minimum temperatures ranging between 9°C to 11°C, while the average maximum are stable on 20°C in summer average maximum temperatures vary between 25°C to 24°C, while the average minimum temperatures vary between 18°C and 16°C.
The temperature of the sea in Port Elizabeth varies between 19 ° C in the winter months and 23 ° C in the summer months.
WHEN TO GO TO PORT ELIZABETH
Port Elizabeth has a mild climate that makes it a suitable destination all year round, the sea has temperatures ranging between 23 ° C in the summer (December to March) and 19 ° C during the winter months (June-August), this means that it is pleasant to swim in all year round, the city is among the sunniest towns on the coast of the Cape in South Africa.
PORT ELIZABETH CLIMATE TABLE
|PORT ELIZABETH (15 metres)|
|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|