Barbados weather is generally warm and sunny year round with average highs between 25-31 degrees Celsius, with the evenings and nights being slightly cooler. The hottest time of the year in Barbados is September to Late October and the coolest during December to February. Nonetheless, the variance is extremely mild due to our location and Geography. Additionally, with the prevailing Northeast trade winds blowing consistently, although it is clear and sunny it is never unbearably hot.

Barbados does not have the seasons of Spring, Summer, Fall and winter, but rather  has two main seasons - Dry and Wet. One includes an evidently higher level of rainfall – known as the “Wet Season” and transpires in the period of June to November. In contrast, the “Dry Season” occurs in the period of December to May. In the “Wet Season” the average temperatures range from 21 to 31 °C (70 to 88 °F), while in the “Dry Season”, they range from 23 to 31 °C (73 to 88 °F). Due to the far eastern location of Barbados the island often avoids the worst effects of the region’s tropical storms and hurricanes. The last severe hurricane, which crossed over Barbados and caused severe damage, was Hurricane Janet in 1955.