Weather in September
in the Pitcairn
Islands marks the beginning of the spring season, a period characterised by a warming trend and an increase in rainfall. Daytime temperatures during this month range from 18°C to 20°C, indicating a continuation of the warming trend initiated in August
, and representing a notable increase from the cooler winter months.
When compared to August, September experiences a visible increase in temperatures, marking the shift from winter to spring. This warming trend will persist into the upcoming month of October
, leading towards the heat of the summer season.
Rainfall in September shows a significant increase from the preceding winter months, signalling the start of the wetter period typical of the spring and summer seasons in Pitcairn. Frequent rain showers become more commonplace, adding to the islands' characteristic humidity levels.
As in the preceding months, the Pitcairn Islands do not have significant geographical climate variations due to their small size. Any minor differences in temperature or rainfall can be attributed to the topography of the islands and the resulting microclimates.
- Adamstown - September »
The months with the coldest seawater are August and September, with an average sea temperature of 22.3°C. August and September, with an average sea temperature of 22.3°C, are months with the coldest seawater in Adamstown.