Samoa’s weather is warm and tropical all year round and has two distinct seasons, dry and wet season. The climate is equatorial/monsoonal, with an average annual temperature of 26.5 °C (79.7 °F), with the dry season from May to October and the wet season from November to April. Due to its geographical location, the climate is characterized by uniform temperature, pressure, abundant rainfall and high humidity.
Average temperature during this time range anywhere from 27 °C on a cool day to about 36 °C on a hot day.
The temperature is slightly cooler from around April through to October with the coolest temperatures in the June-July period. Average temperatures during this dry season range from a cool 24 °C to a high of around 34 °C. The South East Trade Winds help to keep the days and nights cooler than the wet season.
Relative Humidity is usually high in Samoa, around 80% or above.