What’s the weather like in Montego Bay in March?
Like it is all year round, the Montego Bay weather in March is hot and sunny. Visitors love relaxing around the golden sandy beaches of Jamaica at this time. It’s one of the island’s drier months with just very light showers across five rain-affected days here in the magical Caribbean.
Jamaica enjoys a tropical Caribbean climate with temperatures around 30°C for much of the year. Montego Bay’s on the north side of the island which receives slightly more rain than resorts along the south coast. The warm temperature of the Caribbean Sea helps to keep the weather hot on the mainland.
Sunbathers and beach goers will love the amazing weather in Montego Bay in March. The average high temperature can reach a balmy 31°C. Some days this can be even higher, but the cool sea breeze will keep you fresh. The legendary sunshine of Jamaica produces nine hours each day from 12 hours of daylight, with the sun not disappearing until 6.30pm for much of March. Rainfall in March in Montego Bay is the lowest all year, at around 30mm. If you fancy a splash in the Caribbean Sea you can expect the water temperature to be a very comfortable 27°C. UV levels are high at this time though, so wear plenty of sunblock when you’re relaxing by the beach or your pool. The average wind speed is just 12mph and the humidity measures 79%.