Jamaica's Weather in September
QUESTION: My fiance and I are getting ready to depart for Jamaica on the 18th of September, so just a few days away. I'm wondering if I chose the wrong time of year to go to Jamaica, Ive heard there is nothing but rain there right now, which won't make for a very fun honeymoon. I've been looking online for real time news, or weather up dates, and trying to find out as much info as I can about the weather over there right now ... maybe you could help :)
by Wellesley September 15, 2011
Yes, September is when we tend to get the most rain here, relative to the other months of the year. That's makes it a little less warmer than the other summer months though.
Rest assured however- there is always sunshine! In fact, the rain don't normally falls until later in the afternoon - maybe lasting an hour or two.
Also, compare to the previous years, we've not had any threats of tropical storms or hurricane this year, so your timing might not be too bad after all :-)
By the way, the average temperature for September in Jamaica is about 81.F (High: 88F, Low: 76F.) Still nice don't it?
Enjoy your vacation and honeymoon here my friend!
Also See: The Jamaican Climate
& Vacation In Jamaica
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