Cloud Cover in Caribbean in May

Vacationing in the Caribbean can offer a wealth of exciting options for enjoying the natural beauty of the area , regardless of whether you choose to learn a new water sport or improve your back swing.Given that sunshine is one of the Caribbean's biggest draws , you might want to learn more about it.

In fact, there are some locations where you'll experience cloudiness more frequently than in others , so you might want to learn about what to expect in each area. Luckily , we've compiled all the data you'll need and using the information we've gathered is effortless.

The following table ranks specific locations in the Caribbean based on the odds that you'll enjoy cloud-free skies . Locations ranked toward the top , for example Bahamas , remain relatively cloud-free throughout May . In contrast , those listed lower , for instance Trinidad & Tobago , are more likely to experience clouds during May.



Monthly Cloud Conditions in The Caribbean
Percent Frequencies by Type of Cloud Cover
IslandClearScatteredBroken or
Overcast
Bahamas 6.3 % 54.4 % 39.3 %
Jamaica 3.7 % 54.8 % 41.5 %
U.S. Virgin Islands 1.8 % 56.5 % 41.7 %
Aruba 0.3 % 55.9 % 43.7 %
St. Maarten 0.0 % 55.1 % 44.9 %
Curacao 0.1 % 53.1 % 46.7 %
Turks and Caicos Islands 3.6 % 49.4 % 46.9 %
Cayman Islands 2.0 % 45.4 % 52.5 %
Barbados 0.0 % 46.2 % 53.8 %
St. Kitts & Nevis 0.0 % 45.8 % 54.2 %
Puerto Rico 6.9 % 38.6 % 54.5 %
Dominican Republic 0.9 % 44.4 % 54.7 %
Guadeloupe 0.0 % 44.8 % 55.2 %
Martinique 0.0 % 44.1 % 55.8 %
Bermuda 3.3 % 38.9 % 57.8 %
Belize 2.9 % 37.4 % 59.7 %
St. Lucia 0.0 % 38.4 % 61.6 %
Mexican Caribbean 8.4 % 29.4 % 61.8 %
Trinidad & Tobago 1.2 % 34.4 % 64.4 %


Of course, cloud cover can have its advantages -- especially during the hottest times of the year , when some scattered clouds might be thought of as natural shelter from a little too much sunshine.

If you've already made a tentative choice , browsing the data in the chart will enable you to get a feel for what type of days you can expect in the places you're thinking about.


 

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