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Weather in Negril Jamaica
by Chevon Morris
Negril also known as the 7 Mile Beach is a popular beach resort to the west of the island. Vacationers to Negril can expect warm weather throughout the year. Summer can yield high temperatures of up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and nighttime as low as 75.
Rainy season is typically between June and October which is also the Hurricane season. Rain falls anytime of the year, normally though in short heavy showers followed by the sun. Although Jamaica lies on the “hurricane belt” relatively few hurricanes reach us.
The weather is beautiful this time of the year as it characterized with clear blue skies from early morning with afternoon showers followed by sunshine. Due to frequent rainfall every couple days averaging at 30 minutes a day it allows for luscious vegetation in varying colors!
Summer vacationing in Negril strikes the balance between the weather and cost, as prices tend to be lower in the summer and higher in the winter.
Thanks for providing this great insight into the weather in Negril, Jamaica!
I would just add that Negril is truly the preferred vacation destination in Jamaica for many visitors to the island. In fact, many people think that Negril is actually a state in Jamaica!
And that's for good reason; The free-spirited lifestyle, the laid back nature of the people, the "7 mile beach" (of course), the sea-side cottages, particularly at West End, and the hedonistic tendences all form a part of Negril's attraction.
No surprise perhaps, that it is where most of the Spring Break college students who comes to Jamaica end up!
By the way, Negril also host a few of the island's most sought after annual fun activities, for example, The Reggae Marathon and the ATI Weekend!
The "One Love Reggae Concert Series" at Negril Escape is also synonomous with Negril.
Stay tuned for my new publication Jamaica Travel Guide, I'll have lots more on and about Negril in it.
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