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Weather In Jamaica
Jamaica's Weather By The Months of the Year

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by Venesha Johnson | Associate Writer

Planning a vacation takes a lot of work. If you have to go on vacation during a particular month, knowing the general trend of the weather in a particular month will help you to decide what type of clothes to take with you and the activities you should plan.


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While Jamaica for the most part is quite sunny and bright for the majority of the year, there are some months where it’s a bit colder and some when the rainfall is much more frequent.

January

In January, the temperature in Jamaica ranges between 82 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit, this is as 'cold' as it gets in Jamaica, with a low chance of rain. The ocean temperature is around 81 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wind is calm. At night, the temperature ranges between 70 and 73 degrees Fahrenheit.

February

In February, temperatures in Jamaica range between 82 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit, with the least amount of rainfall. The ocean temperature is around 81 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wind is calm. At night, the temperature ranges between 70 and 73 degrees Fahrenheit.

March

In March, the temperature in Jamaica is around 84°F, with little rain. The ocean temperature is around 81 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wind is calm. The temperature at night is between 72 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

April

April marks the end of Jamaica's peak season. The temperature is around 84 degrees Fahrenheit, and there is a low chance of rain. The ocean temperature is around 81 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wind is calm.

The temperature at night is between 72 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Expect a slew of events around Easter, including Jamaica's carnival, the International Kite Festival in St. Ann, and the Montego Bay Yacht Club Easter Regatta.

May

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Temperatures in Jamaica in May average around 86 degrees Fahrenheit, a slight increase from the cooler 'winter' months. The chance of rain has increased slightly, and the ocean temperature is around 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The wind will be calm, and nighttime temperatures will range between 73 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit.

June

In June, temperatures in Jamaica reach 88 degrees Fahrenheit. The chance of rain is the same as in May, and the ocean temperature is around 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures at night range between 75 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Make plans to attend the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival!

July

Jamaica enters its low season in July, with temperatures ranging from 88 to 91 degrees Fahrenheit. The chance of rain is similar to that of May and June. The ocean temperature is around 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures at night range between 75 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Make a point of attending Reggae Sumfest!

August

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Temperatures in Jamaica in August, like in July, ranges from 88 to 91 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain is likely from May to July, and the ocean temperature is around 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures at night range between 75 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit.

September

With 88 °F, daytime temperatures in Jamaica in September are slightly lower than in July and August. The chance of rain is slightly higher than in previous months, and the ocean temperature is around 84 °F. The wind is calm, and the temperature at night is between 75 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit.

October

In October, temperatures in Jamaica drop to a pleasant 86 - 88 °F. Expect tropical rain on some days, which usually gives way to sunshine quickly. The ocean temperature is around 84 degrees Fahrenheit. The wind is calm, and the temperature at night is between 75 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Check out the yachts at the annual Marlin tournament, which takes place in the first week of October.

November

In November, the temperature in Jamaica is around 84 °F, and the chance of rain is lower than in October. The ocean temperature has dropped a few degrees to around 82 °F. This month, the wind is calm, and nighttime temperatures range from 73 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Restaurant week happens this month, so it is perfect if you are a self-proclaimed foodie.

December

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How is Jamaica in December? The peak season in Jamaica begins in December, with temperatures hovering around 84 °F. The chance of rain has significantly decreased, and the ocean temperature is around 82 °F. The wind is calm, and the temperature at night is between 72 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Perfect conditions for a tropical getaway and a spectacular New Year's Eve!

Now that you what the weather trends are like, which month do you think best suits your ideal vacation?

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References & Sources For Weather In Jamaica

  1. Here Comes The Sun - The Official Beaches Resorts Travel & Lifestyle Blog. 2022. Best Time To Go To Jamaica | Complete Guide | BEACHES. [online] Available at: [Accessed 29 August 2022] 

Weather In Jamaica | Written: August 29, 2022

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