Weather in September
on Christmas Island
is towards the end of the dry season, characterised by low rainfall and stable temperatures. The precipitation usually stays below 50mm for the month, consistent with August
. Temperatures generally fluctuate between 22°C to 25°C, maintaining a pleasant and comfortable climate.
Flying Fish Cove, the island's main populated area, experiences similar weather conditions as the rest of the island. The rarity of rain showers continues, and clear sunny days are frequent, allowing for numerous outdoor activities.
When compared to August, September sees little change in terms of rainfall and temperature. The dry and warm conditions typically extend into the forthcoming month of October
. Daylight hours remain fairly constant, with sunrise around 6:00 AM and sunset close to 6:00 PM.
September's dry conditions are favourable for exploration and wildlife observation. As the transition from the dry to the wet season approaches, some shifts in wildlife activity may occur. However, the island's biodiversity continues to offer a rich experience for naturalists and casual observers alike.
- Flying Fish Cove - September »
August and September, with an average sea temperature of 26.3°C, are months with the coldest seawater in Flying Fish Cove. In Flying Fish Cove, in September, the average water temperature is 26.3°C.
- Christmas Island - September »
The month with the coldest seawater in Christmas Island is September, with an average sea temperature of 26°C. With an average sea temperature of 26°C, September is the month with the coldest seawater in Christmas Island.
- Drumsite - September »
In Drumsite, in September, during 15.7 rainfall days, 32mm of precipitation is typically accumulated. At the onset of September, Drumsite records an average high-temperature of a still warm 27.1°C, showing little deviation from the preceding month.
- South Point - September »
The average relative humidity in September in South Point is 80%. In South Point, in September, during 15.7 rainfall days, 32mm of precipitation is typically accumulated.