QuestionsGeneral-MiscWeather in December
Anonymous asked 10 months ago

Can anyone please tell me what the weather is like in December? Thanks in advance.

Ash Juggessur answered 10 months ago

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Sarah Louse White answered 10 months ago

Very very hot best month to visit counting the days down till December πŸ˜€

Jídlo na cestách answered 10 months ago

Perfect

Dhonye Reiaz answered 10 months ago

Sunny and hot.

Carolyn Parkinson answered 10 months ago

Lovely and hot

Steve Ripley answered 10 months ago

Nice and hot

Beccajay Jayne Partridge answered 10 months ago

Last Christmas Day and Santa got off a speed boat ⛴️ the Christmas tree was lit in the heat and Christmas tunes blasting poolside ❀️

😬 take a jumper just incase …… you get sunstroke 😜

Rob Shiels answered 10 months ago

Thank you! ❀

Paul Turner Imperium Chambers answered 10 months ago

It’s hot, but there is rain, but it does not last long

Nicola Steer answered 10 months ago

Very hot!!

Simon Woodhouse answered 10 months ago

Very hot

Manick Govinda answered 10 months ago

Hot and sticky!! Great time for festivities, local fruit and veg!

Jean-Pierre Raymond answered 10 months ago

Typical tropical weather. Warm, humid and sometimes rainy.

Martin Beffert - Mauritius answered 10 months ago

Great!

Alexandria Banks answered 10 months ago

Put it this way… you can kiss your heating bills goodbye & winter clothes lol… hello flipflops, sandals, summer clothes all the way lol

Jolanta Violetta answered 10 months ago

Its summer then so weather is perfect

Georges Leung answered 10 months ago

Hell πŸ₯΅

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