What’s the weather like in Negril in September?
September falls within the wet season and experiences its fair share of showers. However, these rainfalls are usually very brief and can be a pleasant break from the heat. Temperatures are high all year round, but September is particularly lovely with warm seas, mild evenings and lots of sunshine.
September is one of the hottest months in the high season and this would be overwhelming if it wasn’t for the cooling winds blowing in east of the Caribbean Sea. Despite having a subtropical climate, Negril is one of the few Caribbean resorts that offers the perfect balance of heat, humidity and rain. This means the weather is much more comfortable and enjoyable than some other resorts during peak season.
If you plan on spending the majority of your holiday by the pool or on the beach, you’ll be pleased to learn that the average sea temperature in September is 29°C. As one of the warmest months of the year, you can expect temperatures of 33°C while the sun is out and 24°C in the evening. Humidity hovers around the 78% mark and tends to rise during the rainy days. Speaking of which, you’re likely to see a shower or two during your time here as Negril weather in September is prone to short downpours. The average rainfall is 105mm over 14 days.