How is the weather in Trinidad

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Trinidad and Tobago climate

The island state consists of the two islands of Trinidad and Tobago, which lie between the tenth and eleventh degrees of north latitude off the coast of Venezuela. You are part of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean and are among the southernmost of the Leeward Islands.

The climate on the islands is tropical with little change in maximum temperatures over the course of the year. The annual average temperature is 28 degrees. During the day it can get around 34 degrees Celsius in the warmer times, at night the temperatures hardly drop below 20 degrees Celsius. It is a little warmer in Trinidad than in Tobago.

The Seasons are therefore hardly due to temperature differences but rather through different rainfall marked.

The Rainy season is of June to December, of January to May takes the dry season. In the dry months, around 70 millimeters of rain fall per month, while in the wet season it can be around 200 millimeters. In the rainy season, heavy tropical showers can be expected, especially in the afternoon. Overall, the average annual rainfall is at least 2,500 millimeters. The wettest months are June and July, the driest months are February and March. Then that too humidity with around 77% within tolerable limits. It can increase up to 87% in the rainy season.

The Water temperatures are all year round between a pleasant 25 and 28 degrees C.

 

Weather trinidad and tobago

Weather in Port of Spain, the capital of Trinidad and Tobago

Weather in Trinidad & Tobago: The temperatures and precipitation for Port of Spain in Trinidad are from the website yr.no and are provided by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. The forecast is updated four times a day.

 

Best travel time for Trinidad and Tobago

The best time to travel to the two islands is clearly the dry season between January and Maywhich allows beach holidays and all kinds of water sports, deep sea fishing or diving with pleasant temperatures and little rain. However, one should bear in mind that it can be crowded on the islands during these high season months.

During the rainy season, swarms of mosquitoes, which appear with increasing humidity, can affect the stay, especially inland.

A short, slightly drier time occurs regularly between September and October on - a great way to visit the islands outside of the absolute high season.

 

Climate table Trinidad and Tobago

Climate in Trinidad: Port of Spain

Tobago climate: Crown Point

Here you can find more climate tables for Trinidad and Tobago.

 

Climate in the Lesser Antilles

For information on the climate, the best travel time and weather on other islands of the Lesser Antilles, simply click on the island names on the map: