What’s the weather like in Kololi Beach in September?
September’s in the tropical wet season in Kololi Beach and The Gambia, so you’ll see some showers during your stay. The Kololi Beach weather in September is still very warm and boasts wonderful sunshine. It’s a great time to visit this part of west Africa before the busier crowds arrive between November and May.
The Gambia’s Africa’s smallest country. The Atlantic Ocean laps its western coastline and Senegal surrounds it, with much of the landscape a pretty green during the wet season of June to late October. In September, tropical rains arrive by south-westerly winds.
The weather in Kololi Beach in September has an average high temperature of 34°C during the day. The average low’s just 27°C, but most days are several degrees warmer than this. You’ll catch a good deal of sunshine this month, with about ten hours each day, and the sun doesn’t set until 7.15pm in September. The water’s an amazing 28°C at this time, so you may fancy a splash in the Atlantic to cool off. September’s a wet month in Kololi and it gets an average of 178mm across 15 rain-affected days. You’ll need a light rain jacket in case you get caught in a passing shower. The wind speed’s quite light at 9mph and the UV and heat levels are high. The humidity will be about 80%.