The Cuba weather is mild subtropical, thanks to its proximity to the Tropic of Cancer, its narrow configuration, east to west oriented receives the refreshing action of tradewinds and marine breezes. During the short winter are influences of cold air masses coming from the North, but they are of short duration. The average temperature throughout the year oscillates between the 20 and 35ºC, lowering sometimes to 10°C. The Eastern region enjoys a warmer weather than the western and the variations of temperature between the day and the night are less accentuated in the coastal regions that in inland. Those that enjoy the beach will be glad to know that the average water temperature surpasses 25°C.
By its geographic situation, the country is affected between June 1st and 30th November by the cyclone season. They can affect the island in hurricane form with winds that goes up to 200 km/h and heavy storms. This cyclone stage agrees approximately with the rainy season (May to October), in front of the dry one (November to April).
The experience of a cyclone emergency is a moving but non dangerous fact; all the hotels have modern structure or are rehabilitated and protected to receive the phenomenon. Around all the streets are circulating vehicles with megaphones giving instructions to the population and is requested only to leave the houses in case of extreme need. In the buildings, the person in charge places instructions in the lobby for the guests and the windows as the doors are protected. For the non Caribbean visitors it is a new experience; the television, that exceptionally emits by the morning, initiates to first hours its emissions with weather parts.
Use your Cuba cellular phone rental to keep track of the weather.
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