Rain, rain go away
What’s unique about the climate in Bali is that even in the wet season, it is more likely that the sun will shine on the Bukit Peninsula for a good part of the day. Uluwatu, the southernmost tip of the island may experience heavy winds in the wet season.
On the other hand, central Bali and other mountainous regions like Ubud and Gianyar tend to be overcast most days with the temperature dropping to low 20’s. As you head inland from the coast and up to higher altitudes such as Kintamani and Bedugul, the temperature drops especially after the sun sets and it is advisable to carry warm clothing. You will be surprised just how cool it can get.
During the peak season December to January it’s rare for it to rain continuously for days on end.The tropical downpours come and go throughout the day but when it rains, it pours. The streets become small rivers due to the lack of drainage and the flooding can be quite bad.