The Caribbean in July is quite hot with average high temperatures reaching the upper 80s Fahrenheit for many destinations and sometimes exceeding 90 degrees, according to the World Weather Organization.
Trade winds provide a cooling effect because they often reach 15-25 miles per hour along the beaches. Tropical storms or hurricanes in the vicinity of a destination will drive those winds much higher.
Cooler temperatures will be found along the mountainous regions in Central American countries that face the Caribbean Sea such as Belize and Costa Rica.
It can get pretty hot late in April. It can get hot and stay hot for at least a little while in May. Much of the month of June can be pretty hot. July and August can be completely miserable. It just depends on the year. July and August is the hottest time climatologically, however.
Allspice, a seasoning very popular in Caribbean cooking.
hot or warm not cold
No it do not snow in any country in the caribbean.The caribbean is close to the equater so they get nice hot weather all year round.
we migrate to the caribbean for hot and sunny weather
The Caribbean in December is GREAT! It still gets into the 80s and is not scorching hot like it is in the summer months.
The Caribbean isn't burning hot like fire. the air is warm and breazy with a very warm breeze but if u stand in the sun then it would be hot. so the Caribbean is just warm. but at night time it is cooled by breezes from the ocean.
The correct spelling is Caribbean.Some example sentences are:We are going on a Caribbean cruise in a fortnight.The Caribbean is a very hot place.I enjoy Caribbean cuisine.
July 7, 2006
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Like in others departments in France but with no winter
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as of July 1 2013, It is montserat
HOT, hot, hot. It is in a desert.
Hot. 90 degrees and sunny.
I live in Trinidad and it is always unbearably hot here because it's in the Caribbean.