St. Croix has some of the
finest weather in the world. The temperature averages 82 degrees year round and
it only varies about 7- 8 degrees between the summer and winter months. Easterly
trade winds, the same ones that early Europeans used to get to the Caribbean
from the coast of Africa, generally keep it comfortable and keep the humidity
down. Of course, it is the tropics, and with that comes some rain. Don't worry
though, because most of our rain comes in brief showers and many of them happen
at night so they won't interfere with your fun in the St. Croix sun. It
doesn't get much better than that!
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June 1 to November 30. Special outlooks may be issued as conditions warrant.
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St Croix Temperature and Precipitation Averages
St Croix's average temperatures only vary about 5
degrees from the winter months to the summer/fall months. March through April
are the driest months, while September through November are the wettest. Keep in
mind that although September through November have more rainfall relative to
March through April, it doesn't rain for days on end. There is still lots of
great weather. Typically, there will just be more passing showers, that may last
a little longer, than during the drier months of the year. The island is also
very beautiful during the wetter months...it's very green and lush.