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uba has a tropical climate, but with no extreme temperatures since it is cooled by the gentle breezes of the trade winds. It has two very definite seasons: the rainy season (from May to October) and the dry season (from November to April). There is a mean average of 330 sunny days a year.
The mean temperature is 25.5 degrees Celsius. Those that enjoy the beach will be glad to know that the average temperature of the coastal waters is 25 degrees Celsius in winter and 28 degrees Celsius in summer.
 

Casa Albertina

Budget Accommodation
in Vedado, Havana

Hotel Nacional

Recomended Hotel
in Havana

The mean relative humidity is 78%. The mean yearly rainfall is 1,515 mm. The driest months are August and December.
Cuba has a very nice climate, you can go in any season because it is almost sure that you will find sunny days and a warm beach, bad weather is no longer than 3 days.

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.

The Cuba climate is mild subtropical, thanks to its proximity to the Tropic of Cancer, its narrow configuration, east to west oriented receives the refreshing action of trade winds 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.

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. A serious hurricane does not come every year by any means, but in the last few years there have been several storms which caused flooding and damage to houses and crops. 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.

North-East trade winds temper the heat, but summer shade temperatures can rise to 33 °C (Havana), and higher elsewhere. In winter, day temperatures drop to 20°C and there are a few cold days. Average rainfall is from 860mm in the East to 1730mm in Havana; it falls mostly in the summer and autumn, but there can be torrential rains at any time

Walking is uncomfortable in summer but most offices, hotels, restaurants an cinemas are air-conditioned. It is Highly reccommended (if you are travelling from May to Oontober) that if you are going yo stay in a casa particular you should be sure that the place has air conditioner.

 

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