Weather on Martinique in September

September is easily the most uncomfortable month for Martinique, with averages highs around 87 degrees Fahrenheit and a monthly precipitation average of 9.5 inches. The rain may be explained, in part, by the fact that September is the height of tropical storm season which means that travelers should pay attention to local forecasts before visiting at this time.

Typical Weather in September

September temperatures on Martinique range from an average low of 75.0 degrees to an average high of 87.0 degrees. Rain occurs on Martinique a total of 24.0 days during an average September. Total precipitation during the month averages 9.5 inches. However, the data in these tables includes all precipitation, no matter how slight.


Martinique in September: Key Facts
Monthly Averages
High Low Rainfall
No. of Days
with Rain
87.0° F 75.0° F 9.5 24.0

During the early morning hours of an average September day on Martinique, you can expect the temperature will be in the vicinity of 81.0 degrees. In September, temperatures typically rise to around 85.7 degrees by early afternoon. The temperature on Martinique will typically decline by early evening, to approximately 78.8 degrees. Overall, temperatures on Martinique during September average around 80.4 degrees.


September Temperatures on Martinique by Time of Day
Early Morning Late Morning Early Afternoon Late Afternoon Early Evening Overall
81.0° F 85.6° F 85.7° F 82.7° F 78.8° F 80.4° F



Rain is least likely to occur on Martinique during September around 8:00 PM, and it is most likely to occur around 8:00 AM. To the extent thunderstorms occur on Martinique during September, they are most likely to occur around 2:00 PM, as shown in the following table.


September Rainfall on Martinique by Time of Day
  Percent Frequencies of Hourly Observations
Hour Rain
2:00 AM 20.5 % 2.4 %
5:00 AM 20.8 % 3.5 %
8:00 AM 22.4 % 2.3 %
11:00 AM 18.8 % 3.3 %
2:00 PM 21.2 % 5.1 %
5:00 PM 18.1 % 4.1 %
8:00 PM 17.8 % 2.3 %
11:00 PM 18.3 % 2.4 %
ALL 19.8 % 3.1 %


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