Does Cuba have 4 seasons?

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Does Cuba have 4 seasons?

Cuba has two distinct seasons: November-April (dry, with more sunshine) and May-October (wet, albeit still with considerable amounts of sunshine too). Rain can fall even in dry months and in the wet season, mornings are often dry with thunderstorms coming later in the afternoon.

What kind of weather does Cuba have?

sub-tropical
The climate in Cuba is sub-tropical with cool trade winds providing some relief from the heat and humidity. The average year-round temperature is approximately 26°C and there’s plenty of sunshine.

Does Cuba have winter?

Because of its location, there are really only two seasons in Havana: wet and dry. The dry season runs through “winter” in Cuba, (November to April) while the wet season (May to October) overlaps with hurricane season, making the likelihood of precipitation very high.

How much seasons are there in Cuba?

Cuba lies within the tropics, though its climate—generally hot and moist—is more properly semi- or subtropical. There are only two seasons: wet (May to November) and dry (December to April), with regional variations.

What is Cuba known for?

cigars
Cuba is famous for its cigars, its rum made from sugar cane, its ladies, Salsa and other Cuban dance styles, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, 1950s-era cars, Spanish-colonial architecture, Cuban National Ballet, Buena Vista Social Club and Guantanamo Bay.

What is the hottest month in Cuba?

The hottest months are July and August. The daytime temperature rarely exceeds 33/34 °C (91/93 °F), but moisture makes the heat sweltering. The rains are often intense, but they occur mostly in the form of showers or thunderstorms in late afternoon.

Has Cuba ever had snow?

9 – March 12, 1857, was the only time it has ever snowed in Cuba. That was an extremely unexpected and surprising phenomenon. It took place in Cárdenas, to the North of the island. For a tropical country, with the warm and humid weather year round, snow is the most unusual event you can ever imagine.

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