The "riskiest" time to be in Anguilla as far as hurricanes go is the first 3 weeks of September, plus a couple of weeks before and after. September is the month that marks two of the largest hurricanes to hit Anguilla, Luis in 1995 and Irma in 2017.
If you are traveling to Anguilla in September, take note of hurricane warnings.
Hurricanes aside, the island feels very similar to late August and the beginning of October in terms of seclusion and quiet. Most restaurants and hotels are now closed.
The island sits quietly, hoping for a hurricane-free month.
As for the weather?
Rendezvous Bay, September
It is the warmest month of the year...
Average High in September: 90°F
Average Low in September: 78°F
Average Temp. in September: 83°F
Average Rain in September: 3"
On top of the weather, most Anguilla bars, restaurants, hotels and villas close up around mid-August and only open again at the end of October and in November.
Yes, September is a real slow, sticky month!
If you like having beaches to yourself, though, you will love September. The seas sparkle something special in September and you almost always have them entirely to yourself.
If you are planning on traveling to Anguilla in September, you will be in for a relaxing treat. Just keep your eyes on the forecast to make sure there aren't any hurricanes on the way.
Anguilla travel tip: September is a hot and humid one. No long-sleeves or long pants!
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