The dual nation island of St. Martin/St. Maarten is so small that though there are two separate nations, they share the same weather patterns. Regardless of which side of the island you are visiting, you can expect to experience similar temperatures.
This chart details the average highs and lows of each month of the year. Temperatures range from a low of 75 to a high of 88 degrees Fahrenheit, with January through March experiencing the coldest weather, and June through August being the hottest months.
|Average High and Low Temperature|
This chart further investigates the average temperature of each month by looking at individual times of day. Early mornings are the coolest time of day, though temperatures begin to rise by late morning. Early afternoon is when the heat reaches its peak before steadily dropping through late afternoon, and into early evening when temperatures are similar to those in the morning hours. These charts should help you decide on what clothes to pack and what activities you may choose while vacationing in St. Martin.
|Average Temperature by Time of Day|
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