What’s the weather like in Cuba in March?
Lying in the northern Caribbean, Cuba has a tropical climate with warm weather all year round. The Tropic of Cancer runs through the north, and you can expect high temperatures and lots of sun if you’re going in March. The month falls in Cuba’s dry season which runs from November to April. It’s the driest of the year, so it’s a fantastic time for you to visit. North easterly winds will help to keep you cool, while the waters of the Caribbean Current are lovely and warm. You’ll get the least amount of rain in the south because of the direction of winds.
The average high in Havana is 28ºC in March, which is perfect for relaxing on the beach. Things stay nice and warm in the evenings, which only cool to 19ºC. The sea temperature is 26ºC, so it’s ideal for swimming, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 50mm of rain over five days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so bring plenty of sun cream with you. Sunset’s just after 6.30pm at the start of March, which daylight saving pushes back an hour around the middle of the month.