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Meteo mid-September - Raining? - Forum of coral coasts
Meteo mid-September - Raining? tossed and turned between the island and the coral coast. There''s a lot for Wellesley on the coral coast, but if you wonder about the weather and rains in the middle of September..... I' ve been told that the privately owned sandy beaches are beautiful, but I'm just asking myself how someone can make the area in Sept.....
Meteo mid-September - Raining? As Fiji is experiencing a rainy and rainy seasons (November to April), you miss this time and this is also the time when hurricanes can occur, although Jan/Feb is usually the time when they are beaten. September averages 29 degrees Celsius and the temperature is at a low of 19 degrees Celsius. There are about 7 rainy months in September on a monthly basis, so it's a pretty good months to spend travelling.
Meteo mid-September - Raining? I' m just concerned that the coral coast is a little more humid and cool than other areas. I' m sure it'll still be nice. Meteo mid-September - Raining? The coral coast remained in September 08 (including Nadi and an island) and also in September 07. 2007 it was very well. Last year it was ok.
In the evenings it was colder than in the area around Mamanucas or Nadi, but still comfortable. Although the day can be cloudy, it can still be good for swim. Meteo mid-September - Raining? Fiji's west side is much dryer than the southern and eastern sides, so the coral coast can get soaked when the northern and nadi island are arid.
In the past it was simple to forecast the season, but in recent years the weather has been erratic. But it shouldn't be raining for any time. We' ve been sitting on a sandy shore on the isles, watching the rains coming over the main land many time. Wellesley area is very nice, I concur, but I still choose the isle.
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