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Cuba Climate 2011
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Climatological Information
Month Mean Temperature oC Mean Total Precipitation (mm) Mean Number of Precipitation Days
Daily
Minimum
Daily
Maximum
Jan 18.6 25.8 64.4 5.0
Feb 18.6 26.1 68.6 5.0
Mar 19.7 27.6 46.2 3.0
Apr 20.9 28.6 53.7 3.0
May 22.4 29.8 98.0 6.0
Jun 23.4 30.5 182.3 10.0
Jul 23.8 31.3 105.6 7.0
Aug 24.1 31.6 99.6 9.0
Sep 23.8 31.0 144.4 10.0
Oct 23.0 29.2 180.5 11.0
Nov 21.3 27.7 88.3 6.0
Dec 19.5 26.5 57.6 5.0


The local climate is tropical, moderated by northeasterly trade winds that blow year-round.

In general (with local variations), there is a drier season from November to April, and a rainier season from May to October.

The average temperature is 21 �C (69.8 �F) in January and 27 �C (80.6 �F) in July.

The warm temperatures of the Caribbean Sea and the fact that Cuba sits across the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico combine to make the country prone to frequent hurricanes.

These are most common in September and October.


NOTE: The information regarding Cuba on this page is re-published from Wikipedia and World Meteorological Organization. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Cape Verde Climate 2011 information contained here.



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