Average February weather on the Sunshine Coast, Australia
The minimum temperature (usually the lowest temperature observed in the evening) for Sunshine Coast in February is 21.3°C. February is the month that has the most rain. season and has an average of 194 mm. This makes it the wettest month of the whole year. It is prone to rain on an average number of eleven consecutive days. The maximum temperature during the day is around 29.0°C. If you like looking at the blue sky and are a fan of the sun, this is the perfect time to visit the Sunshine Coast with 203 hours of sunshine.
What should you dress for February? Tourists visiting Sunshine Coast should have a waterproof rain jacket because it is likely to rain. Bring your shorts and an outfit since it could be extremely hot or hot.
|Average Sea Temperature
|70% to 90%
Beginning of Month to End of Month Approx. Times
|Daylight Trend: Days shortening - later sunrises earlier sunsets
Sunrise 5:21am - 5:40am
Sunset 6:40pm - 6:20pm
|Chance of Rain
What is the weather like On the Sunshine Coast in February?
It is February on the Sunshine Coast experiences essentially the same clouds, and the proportion of days when skies are cloudy or mostly cloudy staying around 32 % during the entire month. The highest probability of cloudy or mostly cloudy conditions is 34 % in Feb 15.
The clearest day in the month of February is on 28 February with mostly clear, sunny, or partially cloudy conditions for 70 % of the time.
Weather in February On the Sunshine Coast
The definition of a dry day is one that has at the very least 0.04 inches of liquid or equivalent liquid precipitation. On the Sunshine Coast, the chance of a rainy day during the month of February remains basically the same with a probability of about 37 % throughout the month.
A sliding average of 31 days of rain during February on the Sunshine Coast is gradually increasing from 160.02 mm, at which point it is rarely over 327.66 mm, or below 48.26 mm. Then, it ends the month with 167.64 mm, at which point it seldom exceeds 13.6 inches or is lower than 43.18 mm.
The average of 31 days of accumulation was 177.8 mm on the 19th of February.
Through February on the Sunshine Coast, the length of the day is decreasing. From the beginning to the close of the month the duration of the day reduces by 39 mins which is a mean daily reduction in the range of 1 minute and 27 seconds and a weekly drop in the range of 10 minutes and twelve seconds.
The shortest date of the month falls on the 28th of February and it has 12 hours and forty minutes of daylight. The longest is January 1 1st, which is 13 hours and 19 minutes of daylight.
The first dawn of February on the Sunshine Coast is 5:21 AM on February 1, and the last sunrise occurs just 19 mins later, at 5:40 am on February 28.
The latest sunset time is 6:40 pm on February 1 and the first sunset occurs just 21 mins earlier, at 6:20 pm on February 28.
The humidity level of comfort on the dew point since it is the determining factor in whether sweat will evaporate from your skin, which in turn cools the body. The lower dew points feel dryer and the higher dew points are more humid. In contrast to temperature, which usually changes significantly from night to day, dew points tend to fluctuate more slowly, therefore, while temperatures may fall in the evening, a humid day will typically be followed by a humid night.
The likelihood that a particular day will be humid on Sunshine Coast is decreasing during February, ranging from 80 to 74% throughout the duration of the whole month.
The most likely hot day in the month of February will be 81 percent of the time on Wednesday, February 13.
This article explains the wide-area hourly average wind direction (speed as well as direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The amount of wind that is experienced at any particular location is highly dependent on the local topography as well as other variables as well as the instantaneous speed and direction can vary more than hourly averages.
The hourly average wind speed of the Sunshine Coast is essentially constant throughout February, staying in the range of 0.2 miles a minute in the range of 9.6 miles an hour.
To give you an idea On February 27, which is the windiest month of the year average daily speed of wind of 9.8 miles/hour, and on September 9 the calm every day, the average daily speed of wind is 8.3 miles per hour.
The average daily speed of wind in February was 9.8 miles an hour on February 27.
Sunshine Coast is located near the shores of a large area of freshwater (e.g. ocean sea, large lakes). This report focuses on the broad-area average surface temperature of the water.
The temperature of the water's surface at the Sunshine Coast is essentially constant throughout February, staying about 26 °C all.
The average surface temperature for water during the month of February was the temperature of 26 °C on the 13th of February.
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