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Palm Island, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, has a tropical climate with warm weather year-round. The average temperature on Palm Island is around 23-30°C (73-86°F) with the highest temperatures occurring in the summer months of December, January and February. The wet season, between November and April, is characterised by high humidity, heavy rainfall and occasional tropical storms. The dry season, between May and October, is cooler and drier, with temperatures ranging from 19-26°C (66-79°F).
Rainfall on Palm Island is generally higher than the Queensland average, with an average of 1560mm (61 inches) per year. Despite this, the island is prone to periods of drought, with the driest months occurring during the dry season.
The weather on Palm Island is generally mild and sunny, with an average of 300-350 days of sunshine per year. However, the island is prone to periods of strong winds and storms, especially during the wet season.
Overall, Palm Island enjoys a pleasant climate year-round with warm temperatures, high humidity and plenty of sunshine.
As of 2020, the city population is 2455.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, weather alerts, and weather radar for Palm Island, Queensland.