British Virgin Islands ClimateBritsh Virgin Islands Climate
Temperatures, rainfall, when to go, what to grab
All year round it' s warm and also affected by the Tradewind, with a more comfortable time from December to March when the daytime mean temperatures are around 24/25°C (75/77°F), and a warmer and muggier time from May to October when the daytime mean temperatures are around 28°C (82°F).
British Virgin Islands are in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles. Tortola, Anegada and Virgin Gorda are the major islands. This is the mean temperature of Road Town, the capitol, on the Isle of Tortola. As for precipitation, there is a relatively arid period from January to April and a wet period from May to December, the latter with a relatively low in June and July.
During the least rain-filled periods, when the monthly rainfalls do not exceed 50 millimeters, are February and March. It has an average of 1,000/1,200 mm (40/47 in) per year and is usually slightly higher on the north side of each of the islands, especially on the hillsides with low mountain ranges such as Tortola and Virgin Gorda upcountry.
Precipitation increases in April and May, although there is often a new decline in June and July, followed by a rebound from August to November. The wetest time is usually from September to November. With the exception of storms, which can cause heavy wind and deluge, but are rare (see below), the climate is usually beautiful or changeable, with short rainfall, more likely and intensive during the wet seasons, meaning the year-round sunshine as you can see in the following year.
In Anegada, the ocean is year round to swim at around 26°C (79°F) from January to April and 29°C (84°F) in September and October, as can be seen from the temperature of the year. with greater likelihood from August to October. are the driest and least heated of all.
Rainfall is generally lower in the summers, June and July than in August and September and there is also a lower chance of occurrence of tropical storm and cyclone, which is most likely between August and October, i.e. when the ocean is hotter. December to April: lightweight clothing, possibly a shawl for the breezes and a sweat-shirt for the evenings.
May to November: lighter clothes, possibly a lighter sweat-shirt and a lighter raincover for thunderstorm; sweat-shirt and fleece for climate-controlled areas.