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Avg weather in January
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    11 Hrsper day
    60 mmper month
    73 %avg
    14 Mphavg

    Bahamas weather January


    What’s the weather like in Bahamas in January?

    The amazing Bahamas weather in January makes the islands a popular winter holiday destination. The tropical climate means it’s very warm, quite dry and with lots of sunshine in January around the beautiful beaches and stunning coastline of these paradise Atlantic islands.

    Geographical influences

    The Bahamas are found in the north Atlantic. They are to the north of Cuba and south-east of Florida. There are over 700 islands and those in the north, such as Grand Bahama, Bimini and Andros are a little cooler than islands in the south. The dry season’s from November to April but there’ll still be some refreshing showers during your Bahamas holiday in January.


    The stunning weather in Bahamas in January is packed with sunny days. The sun shines for an average of seven hours and it doesn’t set until nearly 6pm at the end of the month. The hot, tropical climate in this part of the Caribbean produces an average daytime high temperature of 25°C. This can rise by a few degrees on the hottest days in the southern islands and very rarely falls below 20°C. Night time temperatures could dip to a comfortable 18°C. The UV levels are moderate in January, but use plenty of sunblock when you’re exploring the beaches and relaxing by your hotel pool. It’s the dry season in the Bahamas in January and you’ll see just 39mm of rainfall. The average wind speed’s quite moderate with a cooler breeze in the north.


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