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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in October
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    12 Hrsper day
    267 mmper month
    75 %avg
    10 Mphavg
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    Indian Ocean weather October

    What’s the weather like in the Indian Ocean in October?

    Soak up the warm sunshine and swim in the sea with an unforgettable holiday to the Indian Ocean in October. There’s low to moderate rainfall at this time of year with a few showers scattered throughout the month. The rain won’t get in the way of your holiday though, and you’ll still have 12 hours of beautiful sunshine to enjoy each day.

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    Indian Ocean weather in October is mostly warm and dry with the odd rain shower towards the beginning of the month. Showers are very short and usually pass very quickly, but you can always use it as an excuse to enjoy a few drinks at the beach bar or head to the museum to soak up the rich culture and history. For a drier climate, you can head to Mauritius for the day where there’s slightly less rain and plenty of hiking trails taking you through the island’s lush countryside.


    Temperatures increase to 30°C in October, which is perfect for swimming in the sea and soaking up the sun on the golden beaches of the Indian Ocean islands. There are 12 hours of sunlight per day with an average humidity of 75%. 10-mph winds bring cooling breezes near the coastline and the average rainfall is around 31mm spread over the month.

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