Weather in Sept/Oct

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Adam P

Weather in Sept/Oct

Post by Adam P » Sun Jun 05, 2005 6:34 pm

We have just booked up to go to tobago in the last week of September/First week of October. We have read mixed reports about the weather there at that time of year. Can anyone tell us what to expect as regards rain ect...?

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Adam

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Post by Paul Tallet » Sun Jun 05, 2005 8:38 pm

Hi Adam

I guess you will already find a few answers here in this part of the forum if you :roll: look around.

It is pure speculation ... I have always thought of June as being the best month of the year ... so what happens? ... Tobago gets slammed by 3 Tropical Waves in the first week of June 2005 !!

Last year Tobago had a Hurricane in September and then a pretty decent October (I won't elaborate on November !!) ... but that is nothing to go on.

It is the same for the whole of the Caribbean although Tobago is nearer the equator and is one of the more rainy Islands ... it has it's own REAL rainforest and can generate it's own rainfall.

Pure speculation ... if you want less rain risk go to the Dutch Antilles (no guarantees!!) ... if you want to see the real stuff ... stick to TOBAGO ... you won't be disappointed ... it is PURE :D

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Jake L

sept weather

Post by Jake L » Fri Jun 17, 2005 11:55 am

thinking of heading out in sept for the first time. Whats the historical weather like?

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Post by Paul Tallet » Fri Jun 17, 2005 5:44 pm

Hi Jake

It could be anything.

Yes it is during the rainy season and ... yes, there was a hurricane in September 2004 but you can expect anything.

Sunshine for certain ... it is just a matter of how much sunshine.

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