Fiji Weather by MonthWeather in Fiji per month
Averages Weather for the year
Throughout the Suva, January is the warmest month with an mean of 26°C (79°F) and the coolest is July with 23°C (73°F) with the highest number of sunny days in December. March is the wetest month with an annual rainfall of 368mm. For the best month to go swimming in the ocean, January is when the mean ocean temperatures are 28°C (82°F).
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Best times for Fiji and the weather
The Fiji area is an island group of more than 100 populated archipelagos in the South Pacific, eastern of Australia and north-eastern of New Zealand. It has a very different temperate climatic conditions with a rainy and arid time. May to October, which are colder and dryer, are the best weather for visiting Fiji.
It is always hot in Fiji, but at some periods of the year the land is usually warmer and wetter than at other time. Hottest periods are November to April, with temperatures ranging from about 75 to 88 in February in Suva, Fiji's main city, and about the same in Nadi, the country's main city.
While Fiji's "winter" - July and August - the temperature is more temperate. The daily high on the Suva only reaches about 80°C in July, the lowest values in July are about 68°C. The temperature at Nadi follows approximately the same patterns, although the temperature there in July is lower, with an intermediate low of about 65, just so cold that a lightweight coat is required.
Fiji, like most of the other tourist resorts in the tropics, has rainy and arid periods, although the conditions are relatively good, because even during the arid period there are some rains. During the rainy period of the land between November and April, about 12 inch of rains fall for several month. From May to October, during the drought, rainfall averages less than 4 inch per month.
It is also the time of storms in the area. The weather is not entirely consistent across the whole state. On the windward sides, the large island is more sunny and dry than other parts of the island and has a lower climate.
The majority of the country's resorts are located in these areas. On the windwards side of the large island there are more rain and cloud. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Stribling has been a free-lance author for over five years and is a widely read property and economics journalist. For over twotyears he has been publishing journals with a focus on property, economy and fire brigade.