September Weather Averages for The Bahamas
The tables below list the typical September temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius) and rainfall (in total days, inches and millimetres) for cities and islands in The Bahamas.
The locations represent the climate across the country. Freeport is at the north end of the archipelago, while Nassau is more central.
Matthew Town lies at the southeast corner of the country where the weather is a little hotter and a lot drier during September.
There's also information here on the likelihoods of named tropical storms and hurricanes approaching The Bahamas this month.
These measures of temperature and precipitation are historical averages based on data collected at weather stations from 1971 to 2000.
|High °F||Low °F||Island||Place||High °C||Low °C|
|91||75||Great Inagua||Matthew Town||33||24|
|7||Great Inagua||Matthew Town||3.3||85|
Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
The chances of a named tropical storm approaching within 100 miles (165 km) during September ranges from 16 percent for the northern Bahamas to 10 percent for the southeastern islands.
There's an 8 percent probability that a hurricane comes that close to the northern islands, and a 3 percent likelihood of a major category 3 to 5 hurricane reaching the area.
For the southern Bahamas, the chance of a hurricane approaching in September is 6 percent, and 1 percent for major hurricanes.
Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Hurricane Research Division
The Bahamas Department of Meteorology and World Meteorological Organization. World Weather Information Service.