Cloud Cover in Caribbean in February

February Cloud Conditions by Island

A trip to the Caribbean presents a myriad of options for enjoying the beauty and warmth of the area , no matter whether you plan to explore local ruins or catch a tan from a comfortable hammock.Realizing that sunshine is one of the Caribbean's biggest draws , it makes sense to consider it carefully.

As a matter of fact, cloud cover occurs more frequently in some locations than in others , so perhaps you should take a few minutes to pay a bit of attention to these important details. Fortunately , we've done most of the work for you and making sense of this detailed information is effortless.

Check out the chart below, which ranks specific locations in the Caribbean based on how frequently they experience perfectly clear skies . Locations listed near the top , like Aruba , typically experience little cloud cover throughout February . In contrast , locations farther down the table , for instance Bermuda , more frequently experience cloud cover during an average February.



Monthly Cloud Conditions in The Caribbean
Percent Frequencies by Type of Cloud Cover
IslandClearScatteredBroken or
Overcast
Aruba 0.4 % 79.4 % 20.2 %
U.S. Virgin Islands 6.4 % 71.7 % 21.9 %
Curacao 0.1 % 77.0 % 22.9 %
St. Maarten 0.2 % 75.5 % 24.3 %
Jamaica 4.7 % 64.8 % 30.4 %
Cayman Islands 6.3 % 63.0 % 30.8 %
St. Kitts & Nevis 0.1 % 65.0 % 35.0 %
Bahamas 10.8 % 52.4 % 36.7 %
Turks and Caicos Islands 6.6 % 55.5 % 37.7 %
Puerto Rico 12.1 % 49.4 % 38.6 %
Dominican Republic 2.4 % 58.7 % 38.8 %
Guadeloupe 0.0 % 60.7 % 39.3 %
Barbados 0.2 % 59.9 % 39.9 %
Martinique 0.5 % 57.3 % 42.1 %
Belize 8.1 % 44.3 % 47.6 %
Trinidad & Tobago 1.7 % 50.0 % 48.3 %
St. Lucia 0.1 % 50.0 % 49.9 %
Mexican Caribbean 16.6 % 29.8 % 53.3 %
Bermuda 2.3 % 27.3 % 70.4 %


If you've already narrowed your choices , the information in this chart will enable you to get a feel for what type of days you can expect in the places that interest you most.


 

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