The most common myth about weather in Samoa is the "rainy" season. Many visitors hear or read that you should not take a Samoa holiday during November to March because of the weather. The truth is, it does rain more between November and March, but most of the rain comes during the night or short downfalls during the day.
It is common that weather in Apia is different to the Samoa weather on the south coast of Upolu. November to March is more humid than the rest of the year and it is slightly warmer although the variation during the year is very small. The average temperature is 31°C (87°F) during the day and a drop to 24°C (74°F) at night. The water temperature is about 30°C (86°F) most of the year.
See below for the Samoa weather forecast.
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