Updated: Monday, February 18, 2008
Fiji weather is distinctly tropical and can get hot in the summer but seldom reaches above 35 Deg C (96 Deg F). Trade winds from the east southeast bring year long cooling breezes late afternoon and early evening. Thus on any given day, your chances of getting wet are much greater on any of the larger islands' eastern sides, rather than in the west.
The season for our tropical rains is from December through February coinciding with our warmest summer months. Overall, temperatures between November and April (summer) are slightly higher than in the winter months of May to October, as are the humidity and tropical downpours.