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San Juan Weather in February

San Juan weather in February
Average rain and high temperature for San Juan in February. © 2017 Scott Bateman
San Juan’s February weather is the driest of the year and also one of the coolest.

The capital of Puerto Rico has more than 1.3 million cruise visitors either stopping at the city or beginning and ending their cruise there, according to statistics from the Caribbean Tourism Organization.

Puerto Rico tourism reaches a high point in March during spring break for schools and a low point in September during the peak of the Caribbean hurricane season.

Temperatures in February


The average high temperature for San Juan in February is almost 84 degrees Fahrenheit or about 29 Celsius, the U.S. National Weather Service says.

The average high is only slightly more than January. The two months have the coolest temperatures of the year.

The average low temperature is about 70 Fahrenheit or 21 Celsius. These nighttime lows will often make seawater too chilly for swimming during the day, especially in the mornings.

Average high temperatures climb in March and keep climbing until they reach a high point of about 89 Fahrenheit or 32 Celsius from June through September.

Rainfall in February


San Juan may have cooler temperatures in February, but it also has the least amount of rain for any month of the year. The average is about two inches.

March has only slightly more than two inches and January averages nearly three inches. The city has an average of nearly six inches in October and November. The island also averages six inches in May during a brief rainy season.

The number of days with rain during February averages about nine. March and April have slightly fewer days with rain. January has nearly 13.

Whether to Go in February


San Juan weather in February is ideal for people who like land activities because temperatures are comfortable and the risk of rain is the lowest of the year.

People who like swimming in the sea will find that March and April are better choices when temperatures are warmer and the risk of rain is still low.
Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the Americas.

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February 07, 2017

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