What’s the weather like in Hawaii in September?
Hawaii weather in September is very hot and humid with a moderate chance of rainfall. It has a traditional tropical climate, which means it has a distinct wet and dry season. September falls within wet season, but you’ll still get to enjoy plenty of warm sunshine during your stay.
Hawaii is made up of six beautiful islands in the Central Pacific. It’s a U.S state and home to stunning beaches, jungle landscapes and rugged mountains. The islands have an easy-going atmosphere, making them the ideal destination for a laid back and relaxing getaway. It’s a popular destination for couples because of its exotic waterfalls, sandy beaches and romantic hiking trails.
Humidity levels reach highs of 85% but trade winds travelling at 5mph helps to cool things off when you’re near the beach. Temperatures reach highs of 27°C at midday, which is perfect for soaking up the sun on the beach or lounging by your hotel’s swimming pool. The average water temperature is 27°C, which is great for an afternoon swim or some snorkelling in the Central Pacific. You’ll have 12 hours of tropical sunshine each day, giving you plenty of time to sightsee and explore the islands.