Caribbean Weather

CARIBBEAN SATELLITE:   Caribbean Islands   |    Caribbean Sea     |     Tropical Atlantic 

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Caribbean Radar
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Panama Canal   
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Antilles  (Meteo France)

Current Observations
Current Wind Conditions
Current Sea State Analysis
National Data Buoy Center 
Sea Temperature
Gulf Stream Currents

Text Forecasts
Marine Weather Discussion
Coastal Waters Forecast (PR USVI)

StormWatch – Hurricane Tracking 
National Weather Service – San Juan

Caribbean Weather FAX
Wind/Wave Charts
Surface Charts
High Wind Wave Charts
High Seas

About Caribbean Weather

The weather in the Caribbean can vary depending on the time of year and the specific island or region. However, in general, the Caribbean enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine throughout the year.

The rainy season in the Caribbean typically runs from May to November, with the peak of the hurricane season occurring in September and October. During this time, there may be occasional tropical storms or hurricanes, so it’s important to keep up-to-date with weather forecasts if you’re planning to travel to the Caribbean.

The dry season in the Caribbean typically runs from December to April, with lower humidity and cooler temperatures. This is a popular time for travelers to visit the region, as the weather is often sunny and pleasant.

Temperatures in the Caribbean generally range from the mid-70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit (around 24-30 degrees Celsius) year-round. However, temperatures can be higher or lower depending on the time of day, elevation, and other factors.