Weather in July
In the midst of the southern hemisphere's winter, July
in American Samoa
is characterized by its relatively dry and temperate conditions. The temperatures, though slightly cooler compared to the earlier months, comfortably oscillate between 77°F and 85°F. The diminished rainfall and slightly cooler nights make this month one of the most favored times for visitors seeking a blend of tropical allure and moderate climatic conditions.
The progression from June
to July brings forth minor fluctuations in weather patterns, but the overarching theme remains one of dryness and clarity. Occasional showers that might occur are typically brief, offering a refreshing respite from the tropical warmth.
Pago, consistent with its trend throughout the year, experiences slightly increased rainfall. This consistent deviation is attributed to the orographic effect, due to its geographical alignment with nearby mountain ranges. This phenomenon underscores the intriguing microclimatic variations within American Samoa, even during its driest months.
With the absence of cyclonic threats and consistent weather, July stands as an optimal period for various activities. Whether it's hiking through lush terrains, indulging in beachfront relaxation, or diving deep into the marine wonderlands, July's conditions cater to diverse interests. The waters during this period, clear and inviting, serve as an ideal backdrop for exploring the rich tapestry of marine biodiversity that American Samoa proudly hosts.
- Pago - July »
In Pago in July, it is raining for 21.3 days, with typically 2.72" of accumulated precipitation. The temperature in Pago during July nights demonstrates a small drop from the daytime highs, settling to an average of 79.3°F.