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Caribbean weather in November marks the end of the annual hurricane season when the odds of a hurricane are low. But it doesn't mean clear skies everywhere.
What it does mean is a fair amount of rain in many locations. Dominica, for example averages about 15 inches during the month. But at least the rain gives Dominica its lush rain forests and waterfalls that attract many eco-tourists.
Quite a few islands average a healthy six to seven inches during the month including Barbados, Grand Cayman, St. Lucia, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.
Even the arid Aruba, which averages about one inch a month during the year, gets an above-average three inches historically in November. But for anyone planning on a Caribbean trip in November, Aruba is the place to go.