Cayo Santa Maria
What’s the weather like in Cayo Santa Maria in January?
The amazing Cayo Santa Maria weather in January makes this modern beach resort one of the top hotspots in the Caribbean. The tropical climate means it’s hot, quite dry and sunny this month along the sandy shoreline of this small Cuban island.
Cayo Santa Maria’s found along the north coast of Cuba, to the south of the Bahamas. The dry season on this Caribbean island’s from November to April and conditions are less humid than in the summer. It’s slightly sheltered from any colder winter winds than may blow east from the Gulf of Mexico.
The weather in Cayo Santa Maria in January is packed with sunny days. The sun shines for an average of seven hours along the north Cuban coast and it doesn’t set until 6pm. The hot, tropical climate in this part of the Caribbean produces an average daytime high temperature of 27°C. This can even rise by a few degrees on even warmer days and rarely falls below 20°C. In the evenings it could dip to a refreshing 18°C. It’s the dry season in Cayo Santa Maria in January and you’re likely to see about 39mm of showers over just seven wet-weather days. The UV levels are moderate in January, but it’s wise to use plenty of sunblock when you’re walking along the promenades and beaches. The average wind speed’s quite moderate and January usually has the lowest humidity level