Weather in November
in the Pitcairn
Islands signifies the end of the spring season and the onset of summer, with a further rise in temperatures and rainfall. Daytime temperatures typically range from 23°C to 25°C, indicating a sustained warming from October
and a notable escalation towards the peak heat of the year.
Compared to October, November experiences a significant increase in temperature, embodying the transition from spring to summer. This warming trend is set to continue into December
, the height of the summer season.
Rainfall in November escalates from the levels observed in October, confirming the shift into the wettest period of the year. Regular, heavy rain showers are a common feature, contributing to the high humidity levels that are characteristic of the islands' tropical rainforest climate.
As has been the case throughout the year, the small size of the Pitcairn Islands prevents significant geographical climate variation. However, slight variations in temperature and rainfall can occur due to the islands' topography and the associated microclimates.
- Adamstown - November »
In Adamstown, during November, the rain falls for 17.2 days and regularly aggregates up to 76mm of precipitation. The temperature in Adamstown during November experiences a small drop from daytime peaks, recording an average of 21.8°C at night.