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The weather in Rodanthe
The above is a climate diagram for Rodanthe. July is the warmest month of the year in Rodanthe with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Rodanthe, with temperatures going under 32° The wettest month is June with 21 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 13 rainy days in October, which is the driest month.
Experience North Carolina's coast from a Rodanthe vacation home
The small town of Rodanthe is situated on Hatteras Island, part of the Outer Banks which stretches out into the Atlantic Ocean from the North Carolina coast. Home to beautiful beaches and lots of natural attractions, this is a great place for a family vacation.
Head for the beach
The beaches at Rodanthe are ideal for family. All are unspoilt with fantastic views either out the Atlantic or across the Pamlico Sound to the North Carolina mainland. The Pamlico Sound beaches are most popular with older children and teenagers, as the wind and waves make them ideal for watersports such as windsurfing and kiteboarding. If you want to take things a little easier, take the kids for a stroll out onto the historic fishing pier in Rodanthe, to enjoy the views and to try and spot some marine animals.
As well as fantastic beaches, Rodanthe is also home to the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, where 400 different species of birds can be seen throughout the year. There are lots of ways to explore the refuge via hiking trails or if you're feeling more daring, take a kayak tour through the marshes. The town has had a long association with the ocean, as you can tell from the historic Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station, which was built in 1871 to try and save lives at sea. Exhibits include some of the equipment which has been used throughout the decades to mount offshore rescues.
Hatteras Island and Rodanthe is home to many artists and their contribution to the area's cultural life is celebrated in two annual events. The Rodanthe Island Art Show takes place every August and features exhibitions by local artsists while Rock the Cape in June celebrates their work in a more flamboyant way, with live music, street markets and gallery tours.
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