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Caribbean Island: Climate & Weather

Caribbean Island climate

Nearly all of the other Caribbean countries are located in the tropical zone and usually experience warm, humid conditions. The region experiences the northeasterly trade winds, which brings moisture from the Atlantic Ocean.

The Caribbean region typically experiences stormy weather, known as hurricanes. These weather patterns are usually formed close to the coast of West Africa and move westwards to the Caribbean. The hurricane season falls between June and November.

Climate Change in the Caribbean- a regional workshop held in    Jamaica, January 2001 found that;

» The extreme intra-annual temperature range is

»  The number of very warm days and nights is
    increasing dramatically.

»  The number of very cool days and nights is

»   Consecutive dry days is decreasing. 

»  The number of heavy rainfall events is

» Some of the types of changes documented can
   significantly impact small island countries.


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