Bali which is located just south of the Equator has a tropical climate with hot and humid minimal changes in seasonal and daily temperatures. The average maximum temperatures have an annual average of around 31 ° C, while the average minimum temperatures are around 24 ° C. The temperatures of the island are not extreme, but the heat, combined with the oppressive humidity and abundant rainfall, sometimes makes the climate very humid and muggy.
The Bali climate can be divided into two seasons based on rainfall. The rainy season is between November and March, with its peak in the months between December and March, while the dry season is between April and October. The relatively dry and cool months are between June and September. On the island fall on average about 1,700 mm of rain annually. In the provincial capital, Denpasar, the wettest month is January during which there is an average of 345 mm of rain. The driest month is August with only 25 mm of rain.
The temperature of the sea in Bali varies between 26 ° C in August and 29 ° C for the months between November and April.
WHEN TO GO TO BALI
The best time to visit the island of Bali are the months between June and October, which are cooler, dry and with less rain.
BALI CLIMATIC TABLES
|DENPASAR (4 metres)|
|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|