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Guadeloupe Monthly Weather Averages: Rain, Temperatures

Guadeloupe Climate Chart
Month Mean TemperatureoF Mean Total Precipitation (mm)
Daily Minimum Daily Maximum
January 67.8 84.4 84
February 67.8 84.4 64
March 68.7 84.9 73
April 71.1 86.2 123
May 73.6 87.3 148
June 74.8 88.3 118
July 74.8 88.7 150
August 74.7 88.9 198
September 73.9 88.7 236
October 73.2 88.2 228
November 71.8 86.9 220
December 69.6 85.3 137  

The French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe has the same kind of weather as other lush islands with tropical rainforests.

Guadeloupe’s climate is one of the wettest in the Caribbean and puts it in the same league as Dominica and a few others.

People go there for jungle and waterfall hikes in addition to the usual assortment of beaches and other things to do on a Caribbean island.

Average Weather

The weather chart on the right from the World Meteorological Organization shows the average rainfall and temperatures for Guadeloupe by month.

The island receives an historical average of 2.5 inches of rain in February, which is the driest month of the year. That amount of rainfall would be heavy for islands such as Aruba and Curacao.

Average rainfall increases to five inches in April and keeps climbing until it hits a high point of about nine inches each month from September through November during the peak activity of the Caribbean hurricane season, according to historical data from France Meteo.

Temperatures are much more consistent with an average high ranging from 84 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter to 89 degrees from July through September.

Nighttime temperatures are cooler than many Caribbean destinations with an average low of 68 degrees Fahrenheit in January and February to 75 degrees from June through August.

Anyone planning a vacation to Guadeloupe may find that January through March has the lowest risk of rain, although temperatures will be somewhat cooler.

Click Caribbean climate to see climate charts for many major destinations.

Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the America.
September 08, 2021