Caribbean Weather

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The Caribbean is a focal area for many hurricanes within the Western Hemisphere.

A series of low pressure systems develop off the West coast of Africa and make their way across the Atlantic Ocean. While most of these systems do not become tropical storms, some do. The tropical storms can develop into Atlantic hurricanes, often in the low pressure areas of the eastern Caribbean. The Caribbean hurricane season as a whole lasts from June through November, with the majority of hurricanes occurring during August and September. On average around 9 tropical storms form each year, with 5 reaching hurricane strength,

Weather warnings can be used to plan ahead and survive.

The accuracy or reliability of the weather forecasts not guaranteed and the providers disclaim liability of any kind, including, without limitation, liability for quality, performance and fitness for a particular purpose arising out of the use, or inability to use the forecast.. The tropical cyclone forecasts presented at this site are intended to convey only general information on current storms and must not be used to make life or death decisions or decisions relating to the protection of property: the data may not be accurate. If you are in the path of a storm you should be listening to official information sources.