February weather forecast

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Weather in February

February continues the trend of favorable weather conditions in Palau. Across the archipelago, the climate remains uniformly maritime tropical, without significant variation among different localities. This month experiences slightly more rainfall compared to January, with average precipitation levels hovering around 220mm. The temperature stays consistently warm, ranging from a minimum of 26°C to a maximum of 30°C.

Wind speeds in February are similar to those in January, averaging 10km/h, providing relatively calm conditions for outdoor and water activities. When juxtaposed with January, the month exhibits a minor increase in rainfall but maintains largely comparable temperature and wind speed ranges.

March, which follows February, marks the transition into a wetter and more humid period. In February, water visibility remains high for diving, although not quite as pristine as during January. Nonetheless, the month is well-regarded for its clarity, making it another excellent choice for underwater adventures.

  • Koror - February »
    In Koror in February, it is raining for 23.8 days, with typically 131mm of accumulated precipitation. The months with the highest UV index in Koror are February through August, October and December, with an average maximum UV index of 7.
  • Melekeok - February »
    In Melekeok, during February, the rain falls for 23.8 days and regularly aggregates up to 131mm of precipitation. February through August, October and December, with an average maximum UV index of 7, are months with the highest UV index in Melekeok.
  • Klouklubed - February »
    February in Klouklubed, Palau is characterized by a slight reduction in precipitation compared to January. On the first day of February in Klouklubed, Palau, sunrise is at 06:21 and sunset at 18:11.


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