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Aruba Weather in February: Rain, Temperatures

Aruba weather in February
Average high temperature and rainfall for Aruba in February. © Scott S. Bateman

Aruba weather in February is sunny, warm and accommodating to visitors looking for a pleasant tropical vacation. It’s also very dry.

Aruba, a beautiful island on the southeastern corner of the Caribbean Sea, is a sunny oasis with miles of stunning shoreline, pristine beaches and a variety of entertainment for the whole family.

The island has very few rainy days in February, and the temperatures are pleasantly warm.

Aruba Temperatures in February

Aruba is the warmest Caribbean island in February.

Aruba temperatures in February have an average high of 87 degrees Fahrenheit or nearly 31 Celsius, according to the Meteorological Department of Aruba.

In the mornings and evenings, the temperature cools slightly to the upper 70s Fahrenheit or mid 20s Celsius. It is rare for the temperature to dip below 75 degrees Fahrenheit at any time of year, even at night.

By comparison, the average yearly low temperature in Aruba is 78 degrees Fahrenheit and the average yearly high is 89 degrees Fahrenheit.

Average monthly temperatures warm up slightly in June, July and August to a high of 91 degrees. In the “winter” months, December through April, the average high temperatures range between 86 and 87 degrees Fahrenheit.

Although the temperature is relatively even throughout the island, it will feel warmer in the center because it is less windy.

A nearly constant trade wind makes the shoreline feel slightly cooler, a refreshing aspect for beachgoers.

The water temperatures stay relatively even throughout the year.  They reach a high of 83 degrees during hurricane season, which runs from June to November.

In February, the average temperature of the water is a balmy 79 degrees, a comfortable temperature for visitors wanting to swim.

Caribbean weather in February: all destinations

Average Rainfall

Aruba is a dry island, receiving little rainfall throughout the year. Aruba receives on average only 17 inches of rainfall per year. Most of this rain falls during the hurricane season between June and November.

In February, Aruba receives a very small amount of rain. The average rainfall amount for the month of February is less than one inch. Any rain that does occur in February is likely to be in the form of a short and sporadic passing shower.

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Visiting Aruba in February

The pleasant weather in Aruba during the month of February makes it an ideal time to visit.

Although there is hardly a bad time of year to visit the island, in February there is virtually no threat of hurricanes and only one inch of rainfall.

The skies are sunny, and the temperatures are warm and inviting to tourists.

Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the Americas. He is the author of four books about cruising in the Caribbean, Alaska and Mexican Riviera.
January 03, 2024

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