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Cayo Santa Maria

Avg weather in February
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    11 Hrsper day
    46 mmper month
    76 %avg
    15 Mphavg
    Cayo Santa Maria

    Cayo Santa Maria weather February

    What’s the weather like in Cayo Santa Maria in February?

    While northern Europe’s mild and wet, the amazing Cayo Santa Maria weather in February means you’ll relax in very warm temperatures and hours of Caribbean sunshine. It’s the driest month of the year and the tropical climate of Cuba will only produce light and refreshing showers on some days.

    Geographical influences

    The climate around the beautiful Cuban beach resort of Cayo Santa Maria has a wet and dry season. February’s very dry compared to summer and autumn and it’s slightly sheltered from any cool winter winds which may move east from the Gulf of Mexico.


    The warm weather in Cayo Santa Maria in February hits an impressive average high temperature of 27°C. This drops to an average low of just 20°C on a few cooler days in the month. At night, you can expect it to be between 19°C and 22°C on average, which makes sleeping much more comfortable. Rainfall should be around just 36mm in February off the coast of Cuba. You’ll benefit from seven hours of sunshine each day, on average, with the sun rising at 6.40am and not setting until after 6pm for most of January. Swimming in the Caribbean’s popular this month, as the water temperature’s a balmy 25°C. The humidity level’s moderate but UV index is usually high. The wind speed around Cuba at this time will be just a cool breeze.

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