Phuket Weather forecast 30 days

Phuket Weather forecast 30 days

The Phuket weather forecast 30 days is our look forward into September we can see the humidity dropping off which is normal for this time of the year as we move into steady westerly winds and no doubt some season rains continue from August which has been unusually wet and looking like that continues into the early part of September which is traditionally the wettest month of the year.

Thailand as a whole has been experiencing unusually cool weather and higher than normal average rainfall.

Here you will find a detailed overview of what to expect in September and also a look forward to October.

Looking back at the start of August we had plenty going on in Phuket, the tourists are returning of course which is all good news and now further relaxed rules for entry.

Check out the next 30 days as move to September where we can expect the weather to continue from August and hopefully become more settled and get warmer with lower humidity and less rain than normal we have already had enough. As the month progresses while the Phuket Beaches may not be as busy as in January to March the good news here is that the Island is starting to see many tourists. Check a major International Sailing event that took place over the last weekend in June.

The Phuket weather forecast for the next 30 days based on temperature should range from 25 to 31 degrees Centigrade.

September in Phuket
September average rainfall

As you will see above normally September is the wettest month and the graph below with an average of 22 days of rain, if the last few months are anything to note this will not be the average this month.

Phuket Weather in October
Phuket Weather Averages

However, if we do have a heavy downpour, it won’t last long. It won’t last all day if it rains, and the temperature will not change a lot. 

Phuket Weather forecast 30 days what you can expect.

The Phuket island is no longer locked down due to Covid 19. There are however many precautions and mask-wearing is compulsory

Latest update from the Tourism Authority of Thailand

Bangkok, 20 May, 2022 – Thailand’s Centre of COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) today approved the simplified Thailand Pass registration and entry rules for international arrivals, effective 1 June 2022.

Foreign nationals are still required to apply for a Thailand Pass (via, but will only need to provide passport details, vaccination, and a US$10,000 health insurance policy. The system will then automatically issue a Thailand Pass QR code for the applicants. Meanwhile, Thais will no longer be required to apply for a Thailand Pass.

Phuket Weather in May
Visiting Phuket in May TAT has issued relaxed rules for entry

You can travel internationally to Phuket as the Island is open and running under what is called the “Phuket Sandbox”. Check with your travel agent before attempting to travel.

  1. Do expect it to be dryer, as the change in the season approaches.
  2. If it rains it won’t be for long normally and usually no more than a day or so.
  3. Temperatures will be consistent in the 27 – 31 C range
  4. Phuket West Coast beaches should always be treated with caution because of potential rip tides however this period is relatively safe.

PLEASE remember the sea is always warm, but not always safe. Check with the lifeguards.

Visiting the Phuket beaches is normally not an issue, but swimmers still need to take care of potential rip currents and changes in the weather. Phuket Weather forecast 30 days is updated through the month and regular live weather radar updates are available, so do check back and see the daily updates.

Of course, if it is wet, there is always Shopping. Jungcelyon in Patong and Central Festival in the centre of the Island will have more than enough selection for any shopper. Then again, if you want to get wet, check Java Watersports family day out on the tropical Island of Koh Lon and now at Angsana Laguna.

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Phuket Weather forecast 30 days through June

If you are going out on the water, say for a boat trip, visit one of the islands, check the daily weather updates, and before boarding, ask the tour guide about safety equipment and life jackets.

Looking for Phuket Tide Tables for any period? The good news it is below and available for download. Check here for the complete Month on Month 2022 Phuket Tide Tables, which you may wish to download. Below is the month of September.

Phuket Tide Tables September 2022
Phuket Tide Tables September 2022

You can listen to the daily weather forecast each morning by tuning into Phuket FM radio on 91.5 and 102.5 FM and also online with apps you can download and catch what just played.

Above, we have a daily weather update, normally ready and current by 9 am each weekday morning. Just click the day to be taken to that day’s forecast there is also an audio file for each day.

Phuket Island Weather and where to stay.

Looking for somewhere to stay over September? Most hotels are open and restrictions are lifted. Hotels are registered as SHA resorts, so comply with all local conditions and regulations.

Check out quality serviced apartments at very affordable rates and situated on the West Coast of Phuket to the South, Kata Beach, Kata Noi, the ever-busy Patong Beach, and in our opinion, one of the best and safest family beaches Kamala Beach and further north is Surin Beach with easy parking and soft sand.