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Palau Weather

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My fiancee and I are avid scuba divers, and we are considering a honeymoon in Palau for the first two weeks of September. However, we have some concerns about weather in Palau during that time of year. We've looked at average rainfall totals in the month of September, and they are quite high (around 13 inches in a month!). Could anyone give us some advice as to what to expect for weather in Palau that time of year? For example, does Palau typically receive brief, heavy rains followed by sunshine, or would we be more likely to see 2 weeks of drizzle?

As an alternative, we are also considering Fiji (although we understand the diving is somewhat better in Palau). Based on our research, we understand that Fiji offers very good diving and weather that is always drier than even Palau's "dry" season.

Thanks in advance!

-Ric

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