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Fiji Weather

Summer has definitely arrived in Fiji and the glorious weather during the last couple of weeks is reflected in the rapidly rising water temperature, which is now the highest we have recorded for this time of year in 22 years! Fiji is at "coral bleaching watch" status according to NOAA and our divers are closely monitoring our reefs for any signs of bleaching. The good news is that only 3mm wetsuits are generally adequate for most divers. 

More detailed graph of water temperatures. Note the significant variation from year to year.

More detailed graph of water temperatures. Note the significant variation from year to year.

Recent, average and extreme water temperatures

Min Avg Max 2018
ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC
Jan 80.4 26.9 83.1 28.4 84.7 29.3 83.5 28.6
Feb 82 27.8 83.7 28.7 85.8 29.9 84.0 28.9
Mar 82.2 27.9 84 28.9 85.3 29.6 83.9 28.8
Apr 81.7 27.6 83.5 28.6 85.1 29.5 82.0 27.8
May 80.1 26.7 82 27.8 84.1 28.9 80.7 27.1
Jun 78.3 25.7 80.1 26.7 82.3 27.9 79.7 26.5
Jul 77.2 25.1 78.7 26 80.4 26.9 78.4 25.8
Aug 76.1 24.5 77.9 25.5 79.3 26.3 78.0 25.6
Sep 75.2 24 78 25.6 80.2 26.8 78.2 25.7
Oct 76 24.4 78.7 25.9 81.1 27.3 79.3 26.3
Nov 77.4 25.2 80.1 26.7 81.8 27.7 81.4 27.4
Dec 78.8 26 81.6 27.6 83.4 28.5

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“Lomaiviti reefs are in extremely good condition compared to Indonesia and PNG. Immediate action must be taken to conserve this unique region.”

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