When Is the Rainy Season in the Caribbean?


The rainy season in the Caribbean normally begins in May and lasts until December but the rains tend to be brief except if a tropical depression is moving through.
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Rainy seasons in the Caribbean Islands occurs during autumn where different islands get different amounts of rain. On Aruba, it hardly ever rains; on other islands, you can have overcast skies your entire vacation. Winter is generally the driest season, but even then, it can be wet in mountainous areas, and you can expect brief afternoon showers, especially in December and January, on Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica, St. Lucia, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, and in northeast Jamaica.
The rainy season in the Caribbean normally begins in May and lasts until December. The rainy season varies from island to island and the rains tend to be brief unless there is a great tropical depression moving through.
The rainy season in the Caribbean is from May through December. It could potentially rain every day in the tropics, but the start of the rainy season is May and June, which sees the least amount of rain contrary to the other months.
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