Despite being comprised of two separate islands that are 19 miles apart from one another, Trinidad and Tobago's weather patterns remain largely the same.
The chart below details the average monthly highs and lows. The average annual low is 73 degrees Fahrenheit, and the high is 87. Temperatures dip down to about 71 in January and February, but reach upwards of 88 in April, May, August and September.
|Average High and Low Temperature|
Set your alarm clock early, and get up with the sun, because early morning hours are the best time of day to be out exploring the outdoor wonders of the islands. This is when temperatures are at one of their lowest points of the day, but the fear of nighfalls approach won't prevent you from stepping out of your comfort zone. Early afternoon sees temperatures up to 10 degrees higher than early morning, so know what clothing to pack and be prepared with protective eye ware, hats, and sun block.
|Average Temperature by Time of Day|
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.