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Jiabcoa has a moderate subtropical climate divided into two seasons: the DRY SEASON from November to April (which is also the busiest tourist season) and the WET SEASON from May to October.

The best time to travel to Jibacoa is between November and April; however diving and snorkeling enthusiasts would also appreciate the period from April to July because the sea is generally calmer and water temperature higher.

Cuba is located on the southwestern periphery of the North Atlantic high atmospheric pressure zone. Average annual temperatures do not fluctuate as much as rainfall does, making Jibacoa a warm place to visit any time of year; see below a table of monthly averages. During the wet season (May to October) precipitations occur most often in the form of tropical showers (short and strong), and most often in the late afternoon or during the night.

Because Jibacoa is located on the northern coast of Cuba there's a greater risk of an occasional cold front (frente frio) between December and February when temperatures can sometimes dip to 15-18 C (low the 60s) during the night, so the evenings may be a bit chilly, but these cold fronts never last very long, usually less than 2 days.

Hottest months are between June and September but trade winds and marine breezes help to keep things tolerable when the heat and humidity rise. Cubans usually take their holidays in July and August, so beaches may be a little more “crowded” at this time of year.

September-October is the peak of the hurricane season, and consequently the cheapest time to travel. A serious hurricane does not come every year, but when it does it can cause severe damages, flooding, and ordered evacuations.


Maximum Day Time Temperature (°C/°F)

Jan

25 (77)

Feb

25 (77)

Mar

26 (79)

Apr

27 (81)

May

29 (84)

Jun

30 (86)

Jul

31 (88)

Aug

31 (88)

Sep

30 (86)

Oct

29 (84)

Nov

27 (81)

Dec

25 (77)

Minimum Night Time Temperature (°C/°F)

Jan

17 (63)

Feb

17 (63)

Mar

18 (64)

Apr

19 (66)

May

21 (70)

Jun

22 (72)

Jul

23 (73)

Aug

23 (73)

Sep

23 (73)

Oct

21 (70)

Nov

19 (66)

Dec

17 (63)

Monthly Rainfall (mm/in)

Jan

39 (1.54)

Feb

37 (1.46)

Mar

50 (1.97)

Apr

72 (2.83)

May

166 (6.53)

Jun

212 (8.35)

Jul

155 (6.10)

Aug

165 (6.50)

Sep

178 (7.01)

Oct

172 (6.77)

Nov

63 (2.48)

Dec

36 (1.42)

Sea Temperature (°C/°F)

Jan

25 (77)

Feb

24 (75)

Mar

24 (75)

Apr

25 (77)

May

27 (81)

Jun

28 (82)

Jul

29 (84)

Aug

30 (88)

Sep

29 (84)

Oct

28 (82)

Nov

27 (81)

Dec

26 (79)


NOTE: You should never take too seriously the weather forecast for tropical destinations, such as the Caribbean, because the climate is unstable therefore very hard to predict, especially during the wet season (May to October) when rain is forecasted almost daily. It may indeed rain a little each day, but most often as a short tropical downpour (usually in late afternoon or at night), it rarely rains for several hours straight.

Weather CubaVisit our website www.weathercuba.net
to learn more about the climate and view the weather forecast for every tourist pole and some major Cuban cities.

Lily & Normand
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