What’s the weather like in Tobago in September?
It’s the rainy season in this beautiful tropical paradise, but the Tobago weather in September is still very warm and full of sunshine. You’ll love relaxing around the sandy beaches and soaking up the culture and traditions of this pretty Caribbean island.
Because it’s so close to the equator, Tobago and the nearby island of Trinidad enjoy a year-round warm climate. It’s outside of the hurricane belt and the south of the island’s slightly sheltered from the north-east winds. The temperature drops on higher ground.
The tropical weather in Tobago in September produces frequent showers and you’ll need a waterproof layer. Expect around 193mm on average over 19 rainy days. It’ll be quite humid this month, with a high UV index, so it’s a good idea to carry water and top up your sunblock regularly. Visitors can make the most of Tobago’s balmy high temperature of 31°C. You’ll feel a little cooler by the coast, and at night, it should be a comfortable 19°C. Even though there’ll be some rain, the sun still shines for seven to eight hours and doesn’t set until after 6pm. The wind speed’s moderate to medium and the Caribbean Sea will be an inviting 29°C, which is the warmest all year.