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Curacao Average Weather with Rain, Temperature Chart

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The average monthly weather in Curaçao has temperatures in the mid 80s Fahrenheit and rainfall of less than two inches.

Curaçao is one of the warmest and driest destinations in the Caribbean, just like the neighboring island of Aruba.

It is part of the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao that lie just off the coast of Venezuela in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea.

They are among the most arid islands in the Caribbean and lie just outside of the region's hurricane belt. As a result, they usually experience less rainfall than most other Caribbean destinations.

They are especially attractive as vacation destinations because of the low rainfall and despite the long flight time from the U.S. to their locations. They also are popular during the winter months because their southern location produces warmer weather in the winter.

Curacao Climate Chart
Avg Air Temp79.779.980.881.782.883.383.183.784.083.382.480.882.0
Avg Max Temp85.586.086.988.088.989.689.490.390.789.488.086.288.2
Avg Min Temp75.775.976.677.979.379.579.079.379.779.278.176.678.1
Avg Water Temp78.878.678.679.780.281.081.381.982.882.882.280.480.8
Avg Rainfall
Source: Meteorological Service of Netherland Antilles and Aruba

Average Temperatures

Curaçao maintains a steady year-round average high temperatures in the mid 80s Fahrenheit and a low in the lower 80s.

Temperatures reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit or 32 Celsius from June through September. Even during the winter, the island's air and water temperatures are warm, which makes swimming and sunbathing comfortable year round. The average highs in the winter stay in the mid 80s Fahrenheit or nearly 30 Celsius.

Average lows hover in the mid to upper 70s Fahrenheit or mid 20s Celsius. These average lows take place mainly at night. Jacks and long pants are rarely needed.

Average Rainfall

The driest part of the year is February through June with an average of less than one inch of rain.

The wettest part of the year is October through December with an average of nearly four inches per month. Four inches a month is not as severe as 10 inches in Cancun or 15 inches in Dominica during their peak months of the Caribbean hurricane season. But vacation planners who want the lowest risk of rain may want to choose other times to go.

January and July through September average about two inches apiece, which is considered dry months for many Caribbean destinations.

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October 06, 2017
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