Weather in March
marks a transitional phase in the Northern Mariana Islands
, where the weather begins to shift towards the warmer part of the dry season. The consistency of the climate is maintained across the islands, without any remarkable variations among different locations within the territory.
In March, the temperatures exhibit a slight increase compared to the previous months, ranging from 73°F to 81°F. This increment leads to a more perceptible warmth, although rainfall continues to remain moderate and consistent with the dry season's characteristics.
When compared to February
, March brings a subtle rise in both minimum and maximum temperatures, hinting at the forthcoming warmer months. As the islands progress towards April
, one can anticipate further warming, though the weather continues to be generally comfortable. The lack of extreme weather events, balanced humidity, and temperate conditions make March another appealing month in the Northern Mariana Islands.
- Saipan - March »
The month with the least rainfall is March, when the rain falls for 20 days and typically collects 2.4" of precipitation. February and March, with an average ocean temperature of 80.6°F, are months with the coldest seawater in Saipan.
- Rota - March »
In March, in Rota the rain falls for 20 days. Moving into March, Rota endures a further reduction in rainfall, settling at an average 3.5" spread across approximately 20 days.
- Tinian International Airport - March »
January through March, with an average ocean temperature of 82°F, are months with the coldest seawater in Tinian International Airport. Lowest temperatures in Tinian International Airport, Northern Mariana Islands, are observed in January through March, averaging a high-temperature of 84.2°F.