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ABOUT COOK ISLANDS - CLIMATE

Cook Islands has two distinct seasons. The cooler season, from April to October, is dry and averages 20-26oC, with cool nights.

The warmer season is from November to March, when temperatures rise to 22-28oC. Although this is the rainy hurricane season, mornings are usually sunny, with storm clouds building up in the afternoon and the rain falling in a late afternoon storm that leaves the air refreshed.

The Islands are out of the usual cyclone path, and major cyclones usually only happen once every twenty years.

Satellite image of cloud cover over the South Pacific can be found at the following website - Naval Research Lab, Marine Meteorology Division, Monterey, CA.

Today's weather in Cook Islands can be found at ...www.wunderground.com/global/KU.html



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