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In French Polynesia, the climate is tropical, influenced by the south-east trade winds. Temperatures are high and stable around 30°C. Being in the Southern Hemisphere, the seasons are the opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere (Europe for example). From November to April there is a hot, rainy and humid season, followed by a cooler season from May to October. From December to April, there’s the risk of cyclones. Temperatures are high and stable around 30°C. They are higher in the northern islands and gradually cooler in the south. Typhoons can sometimes hit French Polynesia from end January to March.
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