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Climate & when to go

Koror's average highest temperature is 30°C, with the average low 24°C; humidity averages 80%. The annual rainfall is 373cm (there are numerous heavy thunderstorms in June), with June to August the wettest months; February and March are the driest, although rain can seemingly strike at any time. As Palauan President Tommy Remengesau Jr said at the 2005 South Pacific Mini Games, 'In Palau you can guarantee that you can catch a fish if you go fishing, but you can never guarantee what the weather will be.' Although Palau lies outside the main typhoon tracks, it does occasionally get hit.