Cook Islands Weather
Located right in the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, the Cook Islands enjoy a beauiful warm, tropical climate all year round.The months from May to October are slightly cooler and experience temperatures ranging from 22 - 27°C while in the warmer months from November to April temperatures reach 26 - 30°C with more humidity. Most of the rainfall occurs over the warmer Summer months in the form of storms in the afternoons.
The Cook Islands are in the same time zone as Hawaii and the climate is very much the same. Many elderly visitors claim it is just like Hawaii before the resorts and major redevelopments. The Northern Islands group consist of flat coral atolls closer to the equator and are sparsly populated, while the Southern Islands group are made from volcanic activity and quite hilly and have more vegitation and wildlife.
The below Cook Island weather forecast is from: Rarotonga.