Weather in July
is deep within Palau
's wet season, maintaining high levels of both rainfall and humidity. The maritime tropical climate shows no significant fluctuations across the islands. This month often sees precipitation exceeding 400mm, making it one of the wettest months of the year. The temperature continues to remain warm but consistent, fluctuating between a minimum of 27°C and a maximum of 31°C.
Wind speeds in July usually hover around 20km/h, consistent with the heightened atmospheric activity associated with the wet season. When compared to June
, July experiences an incremental rise in precipitation but sustains similar wind speeds and temperature ranges.August
, the month that follows July, often sees a continuation of this heavy rainfall trend. The heightened precipitation levels and increased wind speeds often result in decreased water visibility, making diving and other water-based activities less than ideal. July and August both belong to a period characterized by the risk of tropical storms and typhoons, potentially disrupting travel and outdoor plans.
- Koror - July »
In Koror, Palau, in July, during 24.8 rainfall days, 177mm of precipitation is typically accumulated. In Koror, Palau, in July, during 24.8 rainfall days, 177mm of precipitation is typically accumulated.
- Melekeok - July »
In Melekeok, Palau, during July, the rain falls for 24.8 days and regularly aggregates up to 177mm of precipitation. On the last day of July, in Melekeok, sunrise is at 05:54 and sunset at 18:21 +09.
- Klouklubed - July »
The month with the most rainfall in Klouklubed is July, when the rain falls for 18 days and typically aggregates up to 423mm of precipitation. July stands out as the wettest month in Klouklubed, Palau, with precipitation levels soaring to reach a yearly high of 423mm.