What’s the temperature in puerto rico: San Juan, Puerto Rico 14 day weather forecast

Puerto Rico Weather — What weather is really like in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Travel Guide ⎮ Puerto Rico Weather

Guide for tourists from an islander’s perspective…What the weather is really like in Puerto Rico, and what it means for your travels.  When is hurricane season, the best time to snorkel, and more.

In Puerto Rico, the weather is a balmy average of 80°F – 85°F year-round.  Looking at the average temperatures and rain forecast on the weather channel or your favorite website, won’t really give you the necessary information for planning a great vacation.  Perhaps you saw the 10-day forecast, and you see rain just about every day, and you start worrying about not having that perfect blue sky. The truth is that it typically rains every day, somewhere on the island.

Read on, we’ll tell you what the weather is like from a local’s perspective, along with great tips on enjoying Puerto Rico rain or shine.  This weather guide is not written by a meteorologist, just two Puerto Rico lovers, that love blue skies and great weather.   We take all the photos on this travel guide, so we have learned by trial and error how to get around the rain and head to the sunshine for those blue skies.   We do love the rain, and we often find something to do when it does.  If you happen to be here during a rainy afternoon, don’t worry, it rarely lasts long enough to ruin your day,  the plus side is that you’ll see more dramatic and deep colors on the sunsets on the west coast.

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The capital city of San Juan is located in the northeast, directly in the center of the radar map box below, at the top/north end of the red highway line. Just east of the main island are the Puerto Rico islands of Culebra and Vieques, and farther east, the British & U.S. Virgin Islands. The largest Puerto Rico island west is Mona Island.

Up-to-date NOAA information on any Hurricanes or Tropical Storms. 

What is Puerto Rico’s Average Weather?

Overall, the temperatures are steady throughout the entire island.  Puerto Rico’s climate, is part of the tropical climatic zone.  In general, residents and visitors enjoy warm temperatures all year round averaging 80 °F (27 °C) in lower elevations, and 70 °F (21 °C) in the lush central mountains of the main island of Puerto Rico.  Most of the year, the weather is simply perfect.  Because Puerto Rico is a tropical island, quick changes may occur from one week to the next.  There are some differences in weather conditions among some regions of the main island and the offshore islands of Vieques & Culebra.  Before you travel, be sure to check for weather alerts.

When is Puerto Rico’s Rain Season?

While most people leave when it starts raining, we wait.. hoping to see a raiinbow… Captured with IPhone.

The rain season in Puerto Rico is from April to November, but don’t let that deter you from coming to the island during this season.  Hotel rates tend to be lower at this time of year, you’ll find amazing deals at top beachfront hotels and resorts that may not be in your budget during the high season in the winter months.

Rain showers are typically scattered in the afternoons and don’t last very long.  The variations in temperature and rainfall are caused by the mountains in the center of the island.  Most likely, rain in Puerto Rico won’t ruin your whole vacation day.  For residents, beach time is summertime, during “rain season”.

Beating the rain

If you vacation in Puerto Rico during the rain season, our best advice is to get up as early as you can to enjoy the beach, rain typically starts early afternoon.  What’s great about Puerto Rico is that it rarely rains all over the island at the same time, it may be raining in one region, and in a half-hour drive, you will arrive at another destination with bright blue skies, you can download the FREE World Radar App, we use it all the time during the rainy season to see where to go on a rainy day.  The southwest of the island gets less rain during the rainy season, however, the town of Mayaguez gets rain almost daily.

What are the hottest months in Puerto Rico? 

The hottest months are July and August, but they’re also some of the best months to enjoy the beaches of Puerto Rico.  Generally, Puerto Rico is breezy, and not very humid, even on a super hot day, breezes make the heat pleasantly enjoyable.  Of course, the best way to beat the heat is by jumping into our beautiful waters.  There’s about a 6 °F (3.3 °C) temperature change between winters and summer.

The official hurricane season in Puerto Rico is from June 1 to November 30, tropical storms typically hit the island during this time.  June to November is clearly a long season with risks of tropical storms and hurricanes, but island life goes on as normal for residents, they continue enjoying the island treasures.  During hurricane season, many residents prepare their homes in case of tropical storms and pay attention to weather reports for safety while using the beaches and surfing.

Hotels are open, and tourist activities are just as fun.  A few small hotels and inns, especially on the islands of Vieques & Culebra close the hotel in the months of September through October to make renovations and major maintenance.  Summer is actually the high season for residents since school age children are off school.  Some of the best vacation deals are during this time of the year with hotels and airlines trying to fill up rooms and seats during this low travel season.

Historically, unlike Florida, Puerto Rico only gets hit by major storms and hurricanes many years apart.  The majority of storms and hurricanes have taken place in the month of September.

Up-to-date NOAA information on any Hurricanes or Tropical Storms. 

Tips when traveling in hurricane season
  • Purchase travel insurance just in case.
  • Check the forecast closely a week before traveling in hurricane season.
  • If you want to play it safest, head to the west coast of Puerto Rico.  Tropical storms and hurricanes typically come in from the east, the west coast sees less rain and damage when compared to the rest of the island.

Important Sources of Information

  • Flood Zone Areas and Shelter Information
  • Red Cross
  • Puerto Rico State Agency for Emergency and Disaster Management
  • Police Department
  • The Puerto Rico Tourism Company offices are open to help you with anything you might need during your stay. Visitors can call the Puerto Rico Tourism Company hotline at ‪877-976-2400‬
Hurricane History in Puerto Rico

Major hurricanes to hit Puerto Rico

  • Hurricane Maria – On September 20th, Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria entered the island as a Category 5, moved across the center of the island as a Category 4 causing catastrophic damage to this beautiful land.  Although the official death toll is still being debated, hundreds of lives were lost as a direct results of the hurricane and many more died from the lack of power and basic necessary needs as a result of the damage to the infrastructure on the island.  Thousands of people lost their home and their businesses.  Tourism after Hurricane Maria update.
  • Hurricane Irma – On September 6, 2017, Hurricane Irma moved up north as it approached the main island of Puerto Rico, saving the island from what could have been a catastrophic situation.   Tropical storm winds hit the island, the islands of Vieques & Culebra felt the most impact as it passed closer to land.  Culebra suffered the most damage, leaving many homes destroyed and residents homeless.  About 70 percent of the island was without power and about 17 percent without water.  Gov. Ricardo Rosselló made efforts to prepare the island’s residents, preparing hundreds of shelters in order to protect the most vulnerable.  Puerto Rico was largely untouched when compared to the unfortunate devastation of neighboring islands of St. Martin, Barbuda & Cuba among others.
  • Hurricane George, the first major hurricane to hit the island in over 60 years, a Category 3 in September of 1998.
  • Two major hurricanes prior to George were four years apart: San Felipe II, one of the most intense hurricanes in Puerto Rico’s history on September 13, 1928; San Ciprián occurred on September 26-27 of 1932.
List of Hurricanes that affected Puerto Rico
  • 2017 – Hurricane Maria – A category 5 hit Puerto Rico, the biggest hurricane to hit the island in almost a century.
  • 2017 – Hurricane Irma –  Irma passed 50 miles north of Puerto Rico.  The island of Culebra suffered the most damage, destroying homes for many residents.  Tropical winds from the storm left millions of residents without electricity.
  • 2014 – Hurricane Cristobal – heavy rain, flooding of rivers, multiple landslides, about 17,000 residents lost power and about 7,000 residents without water.
  • 2010 – Hurricane Earl –  Heavy rain as Earl passed Puerto Rico. Roads were closed due to flooding.  about 180,000 residents lost power and about 60,000 without water. 
  • 2000 – Hurricane Debby – A Category 1 hurricane – Puerto Rico got 12 inches of rainfall across Puerto Rico in 2 days, causing flooding, mudslides, damage to 406 homes, bridges and roads.
  • 1998 – Hurricane Georges – Georges made landfall as a Category 3 near Fajardo on the eastern coast of Puerto Rico at 115 mph, the first major hurricane to hit the island in six decades.  Georges caused 3.6 billion dollars in damage, there were no casualties directly related to the hurricane.   Ten of thousands residents were left homeless, there were major damages to roads, agriculture and infrastructure due to heavy wind and rains and severe flooding.
  • 1996 – Hurricane Hortense – Puerto Rico suffered about $153 billion in damage and about 19 lives lost mostly due to drowning from flash floods.  About 1.4 million residents lost electricity.
  • 1996 – Hurricane Bertha – heavy rainfall, damage to crops.
  • 1989 – Hurricane Hugo – Damages exceeded 1 billion dollars.  The east coast of Puerto Rico was hit hardest during Hurricane Hugo.  Agricultural damage was severe and about 28,000 were left homeless.  Due to flooding, a few roads and bridges were destroyed.  There was a total of 12 deaths, half of victims lived in the town of Guayama; some were electrocuted by fallen power lines.
  • 1988 – Hurricane Gilbert – Minor damage to agriculture, a few communities lost power.
  • 1979 – Hurricane David – went south of Puerto Rico, did not land on the island.  Hurricane created strong winds, heavy rain and strong seas.  Most of the damage was to agriculture.
  • 1979 – Hurricane Frederick – Category 4 – $5 million dollars in damage due to flooding.
  • 1975 – Hurricane Eloise – Passed north of the island as a weak tropical storm, heavy rains caused severe flooding, causing the death of 34 people mostly from drownings.   The town of Utuado took the major hit, four neighborhoods were totally under water, 6,000 had to leave their homes.  Residents around the island head to the town of Utuado when the river water levels come down to get a glimpse of the towns that once existed.
  • 1974 – Hurricane Carmen – passed Puerto Rico as a tropical storm creating moderate rainfall and flooding.
  • 1966 – Hurricane Ines – This hurricane passed the south coast of Puerto Rico causing rain bands and gusty winds that reached 50 mph, causing flooding and 20 homes damaged from the wind.  
  • 1960 – Hurricane Donna – passed the north of Puerto Rico, severe flooding caused 107 fatalities, 85 of them in the municipality of Humacao on the eastern coast.
  • 1956 – Hurricane Betsy – entered through southeast, moved across center of the island.  About 15,000 homes were destroyed, the hurricane claimed 16 lives.
  • 1932 – San Ciprian Hurricane – This Category 4 hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico from east to west, across the entire island. 
  • 1928 – Okeechobee hurricane – also known as the San Felipe Segundo hurricane, the only recorded hurricane to strike the island at Category 5 intensity until Hurricane Irma in 2017.
  • 1899 – San Ciriaco hurricane – also known as 1899 Puerto Rico Hurricane, the deadliest tropical cyclone in the history of Puerto Rico.  Most of the homes were constructed in wood, about 250,000 suffered, most of the crops were destroyed, residents were left without food and water.   The hurricane claimed 3,369 lives. 
  • 1876 – San Felipe Hurricane
  • 1867 – San Narciso Hurricane
  • 1804 – Antigua–Charleston Hurricane – vessels were lost during the storms passage along the north.
  • 1780 – The Great Hurricane of 1780 – also known as Huracán San Calixto & Great Hurricane of the Antilles, and the 1780 Disaster.  The Great Hurricane of 1780 claimed the lives of over 20,000, the deadliest Atlantic hurricane on record.

Our waters are not only in beautiful shades of turquoise, emerald green, navy and cerulean blues, they’re also nice and warm, even during winter months.  During the winter, the water is an average temperature of 75°F.  By summer, the water temperature warms up to an average of 85°F, yet feels extremely refreshing when your skin is caressed by the cooling breeze.

Culebra and Vieques have clear waters all year round, but in the summer months, they’re incredibly clear, warm, and calm with virtually no waves (during normal weather).

If you love snorkeling, the water is clearest and calmer during the months of June, July & August.  Escambron Beach in San Juan, right in the capital city of San Juan is surprisingly good all year round.  Steps Beach in Rincon, one of the best surfing beaches becomes one of the best snorkeling beaches during the summer months.

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When you do a search on Google for “Puerto Rico Weather”, Google shows you the weather in the capital city of San Juan.  San Juan is located on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico which typically gets a little more rain than the southwest coast of Puerto Rico.

East Coast of Puerto Rico

When the weather is “normal”, the east coast is a wonderful place to be.  Compared to the rest of the island, it feels more breezy like the north coast.  If you were unlucky to be here during a tropical storm, you’ll feel it more on the east coast of the island.   Overall, the east offers beautiful tropical weather all year round under normal conditions.

Southwest region

Temperatures are warmer in the southwest region of Puerto Rico with less rain.  On the southwest, you’ll find the Guanica Biosphere Reserve (commonly known as the Guanica Dry Forest), which only gets about 29 inches of precipitation per year.  The town of Cabo Rojo and Guanica is known for great weather all year round, dryer flora, and less rain than most places around the island.  If you’re planning on traveling during hurricane season and want to play it safe, head to the west coast of Puerto Rico.  Tropical storms and hurricanes typically come in from the east, the west coast sees less rain and damage when compared to the rest of the island.  Again, the difference is not big enough to keep you from staying at the destination that appeals to you most, it only makes a difference during bad weather or a heavy rain season.

The Offshore Islands

The offshore islands of  Vieques & Culebra:  Culebra has a dryer climate with excellent weather.  Vieques is lusher and gets more rain than Culebra.  As the main island of Puerto Rico, rain is typically sporadic and it doesn’t last all day.  The best thing to do is to enjoy the beach in the morning, most showers occur in the afternoon.

If you plan on visiting one or more of the three Puerto Rico Bioluminescent Bays, use this interactive calendar to plan your trip around new moon phases, when it is darkest at night, so you can maximize your Bio Bay experience. Choose a month, year, then click “Go”.

Sources: Wikipedia

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average weather, temperature, precipitation, when to go


  • Introduction
  • North coast — San Juan
  • South coast — Ponce
  • Sea temperature
  • Hills and mountains
  • Hurricanes
  • Best Time
  • What to pack


In Puerto Rico, a Caribbean island and an unincorporated territory of the United States, there is a tropical climate, hot all year round, with a hot and muggy season from May to October and a relatively cool season from December to March, with November and April as intermediate months.

As regards to the rains, the hot and muggy period from May to October tends to be rainy everywhere, while in the first months when the north-east trade winds blow (November and December, and partly January), the rains are still abundant on the slopes facing north and east.

In contrast, on the southern coast, there’s a relative decrease in rainfall in June and July.

The north-east trade winds, which blow all year round, but especially in the cool season, starting from November, deposit the moisture that has been picked up in the sea in the form of rain, especially on the northern side, which therefore is rainier than the southern one.

Every now and then, from December to March, the archipelago can be affected by some frontal systems from the United States, which can bring some clouds and rains, and also a cool wind, able to lower the temperature by a few degrees, although in a less noticeable way than in Cuba and Yucatan (Mexico), which are closer to the American continent. However, the temperature in these cases can drop below 10 °C (50 °F) in the inland hilly areas, and around freezing in the mountains.

North coast

San Juan

Here are the average temperatures of the capital, San Juan, located on the north coast.

San Juan — Average temperatures (1991-2020)
Month Min (°C) Max (°C) Mean (°C) Min (°F) Max (°F) Mean (°F)
January 22.2 28. 4 25.3 72 83 77.5
February 22.1 28.8 25.5 72 84 77.8
March 22.4 29.3 25.8 72 85 78.5
April 23.3 30.1 26.7 74 86 80.1
May 24.3 30.8 27.6 76 87 81.6
June 25.1 31.7 28.4 77 89 83.1
July 25.3 31.5 28.4 78 89 83.1
August 25.4 31.7 28.6 78 89 83.4
September 25.3 31.8 28. 6 78 89 83.4
October 24.8 31.4 28.1 77 89 82.6
November 23.8 30.1 27 75 86 80.5
December 22.9 29 26 73 84 78.7
Year 23.9 30.4 27.1 75.1 86.7 81

In San Juan, 1,400 millimeters (55 inches) of rain fall per year, including more than 100 mm (4 in) per month between May and December, while the driest months, with about 55 mm (2.2 in) of rain per month, are February and March, that is, at the end of the period of the trade winds, when they become weaker. Here is the average precipitation.

San Juan — Average precipitation
Month Millimeters Inches Days
January 80 3. 1 13
February 50 2 10
March 60 2.4 10
April 90 3.5 10
May 145 5.7 12
June 120 4.7 13
July 125 4.9 15
August 150 5.9 16
September 150 5.9 14
October 150 5.9 15
November 140 5.5 16
December 115 4.5 16
Year 1375 54. 1 160

Anyway, the rains in Puerto Rico occur mainly in the form of showers or thunderstorms, which usually do not last long, so the amount of sunshine is always good, as can be seen in the following table.

San Juan — Sunshine hours
Month Average Total
January 7.5 235 February 8 230 March 9 280 April 9 270 May 8 255 June 8.5 260 July 9 280 August 8.5 270 September 8 235 October 7. 5 225 November 6.5 200 December 7 215 Year 8.1 2960

South coast

On the south coast, the daytime temperature in winter is slightly higher because the prevailing winds, the northeast trade winds, come from the interior.


Here are the average temperatures in Ponce, located in the central part of the southern coast.

Ponce — Average temperatures (1991-2018)
Month Min (°C) Max (°C) Mean (°C) Min (°F) Max (°F) Mean (°F)
January 20. 6 29.3 25 69 85 77
February 20.5 29.5 25 69 85 77
March 21 29.7 25.3 70 85 77.6
April 22.4 30.1 26.2 72 86 79.2
May 23.9 30.8 27.4 75 88 81.3
June 24.7 31.6 28.1 76 89 82.6
July 24.7 32 28.3 76 90 83
August 24.6 32 28.3 76 90 83
September 24.2 32.2 28.2 76 90 82. 7
October 23.6 31.6 27.6 74 89 81.7
November 22.6 30.7 26.7 73 87 80
December 21.3 29.8 25.5 70 86 78
Year 22.8 30.8 26.75 73.1 87.4 80

Along the southern coast, which is sheltered from the trade winds, rainfall often drops below 1,000 mm (40 in) per year, and winter is particularly dry, as happens in La Parguera and Ponce; in addition, even June and July are not very rainy.

Here is the average precipitation in Ponce.

Ponce — Average precipitation
Month Millimeters Inches Days
January 25 1 6
February 25 1 6
March 40 1. 6 6
April 55 2.2 7
May 95 3.7 10
June 65 2.6 8
July 65 2.6 8
August 110 4.3 10
September 150 5.9 11
October 160 6.3 13
November 95 3.7 10
December 35 1.4 7
Year 915 36 102

The small island called Isla Mona, to the west, is almost arid, while Vieques, to the east, is a bit rainier, since it receives 1,070 mm (42 in) of rain per year.

Sea temperature

The sea in Puerto Rico is warm enough for swimming all year round: the water temperature ranges from 26 °C (79 °F) in February and March to 29 °C (84 °F) in September and October, as can be seen from the sea temperature near San Juan.

San Juan — Sea temperature
Month Celsius (°C) Fahrenheit (°F)
January 27 80 February 26 79 March 26 79 April 27 80 May 28 82 June 28 83 July 28 83 August 29 84 September 29 84 October 29 84 November 28 83 December 27 81 Year 27. 7 81.8

Hills and mountains

The interior of Puerto Rico is crossed by a mountain range called Cordillera Central.

Here, the temperature decreases with increasing altitude: for example, in Adjuntas, at 500 meters (1,600 feet) above sea level, highs range from 25 °C (77 °F) in winter to 29 °C (77 to 84 °F) in summer, while on Cerro Maravilla, the fourth highest peak on the island, at 1,200 meters (3,900 feet), highs range from 20 °C (68 °F) in winter to 23 °C (73 °F) in summer.

Here are the average temperatures of Cerro Maravilla.

Cerro Maravilla — Average temperatures
Month Min (°C) Max (°C) Mean (°C) Min (°F) Max (°F) Mean (°F)
January 13. 6 20.4 17 56 69 62.6
February 13.2 20.3 16.7 56 68 62.1
March 13.5 20.6 17 56 69 62.6
April 14.3 20.8 17.6 58 70 63.6
May 15.3 21.4 18.4 60 71 65
June 16.3 22.7 19.5 61 73 67
July 16.6 23 19.8 62 73 67.6
August 16.7 23.1 19.9 62 74 67.8
September 16.3 23 19. 7 61 73 67.4
October 16.4 22.7 19.6 62 73 67.2
November 15.3 21.9 18.6 60 72 65.6
December 14.1 21.1 17.6 57 70 63.6
Year 15.1 21.8 18.4 59.2 71.2 65

The rainiest areas are the northern slopes of the Cordillera Central, where there is no real dry season, and in particular, those of the Caribbean National Forest (or El Yunque): on Pico del Este, about 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) above sea level, 4,300 mm (170 in) of rain fall per year.


From June to November, the archipelago can be hit by tropical storms and hurricanes, with a higher probability between August and October. The archipelago was hit hard by Hurricane Georges in September 1998 and by Hurricane Maria in September 2017.

However, even when they are not intense, tropical storms can produce heavy rains in mountainous areas, which can cause landslides and floods.

Best Time

In general, the coolest and least rainy period in Puerto Rico runs from December to March, which is also outside of the hurricane season. More in particular, since it is generally the least rainy periods, the best time is February-March along the north and east coasts, and from December to March along the south and west coasts. In April, there is already a certain increase in rainfall, especially in inland areas, while the rains on the southern coast are still quite rare.

In summer, the heat is sweltering and rainfall is frequent, although it generally occurs in the form of downpours and thunderstorms that do not last long, so after a while, they give way to the sun. However, there is some risk of tropical storms and hurricanes. If you want to visit Puerto Rico in summer, you may prefer the south coast, which is less rainy, especially in June and July, when there is a certain decrease in precipitation, in addition, the risk of hurricanes in these months is lower than in August.

The Americans have introduced the habit of using air conditioning, so the temperature inside buildings is often much lower than outdoors: it can be useful to bring some warmer clothes, at least for those who are sensitive to cold.

What to pack

From December to April: bring light clothes, and a sweatshirt for the evening.

From May to November: bring tropics-friendly, lightweight clothing, and possibly a light sweatshirt and a light raincoat for thunderstorms. Add a light sweatshirt and a pashmina for airconditioned places.


Puerto Rico monthly weather forecast. High rainy season, weather in spring, summer, autumn, winter at «365 Celsius»

As you know, the weather in Puerto Rico is very diverse. The air temperature ranges from +26.1°C to +32.4°C. The state capital is San Juan. At the same time, the coldest climate is observed in Luquillo, where the air often does not warm up to +26.1°C, the number of sunny days does not exceed 8 per month. The best cities to travel at this time are Aguadilla, Mayaguez, Arecibo, San Juan, Isabela, Cataño, Cabo Rojo, Carolina, Fajardo, Vega Alta, Peñuelas, Guaynabo, Bayamón, Guayama, Isabela.


Average temperature during the day: +16.0°C
Sea water temperature: +27.9°C
Number of sunny days: 16 days
Number of rainy days:
16 days
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Puerto Rico 14 day weather forecast

Daytime air temperature ranges from +19.8°C to +31.8°C on average across the country. According to the weather forecast for Puerto Rico for 14 days, the average air temperature will be +26°C, and the sea water will be +27.9°C.

Puerto Rico water temperature today is

Weather for most popular cities in Puerto Rico
City Temperature
Aguadilla +30.4°C +29.5°C
Arecibo +30. 5°C +29.2°C
Bayamón +28.1°C +27.1°C
Vega Alta +28.2°C +27.2°C
Guaynabo +28.1°C +27.1°C
Guayama +28.0°C +27.2°C
Isabela +30.6°C +29°C
Isabela +28. 2°C +27.4°C
Cabo Rojo +28.8°C +28.1°C
Carolina +28.0°C +27.0°C
Catagno +28.1°C +27.1°C
Mayaguez +31°C +30°C
Peñuelas +28.9°C +28.2°C
San Juan +30. 6°C +29.5°C
Fajardo +28.0°C +27.0°C

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High tourist season in Puerto Rico

The high season in Puerto Rico begins in January, when the air starts to warm up to +27.0°C and the sea to +2.6°C. The peak of the season is in January, at this time the maximum number of tourists and good weather. At the end of the high tourist season in Puerto Rico, which ends in April, the air temperature is +27.8°C, the water is +2.6°C, and there are fewer and fewer tourists.

Best time to go to Puerto Rico

at this time of the year the weather is fine with monthly air temperatures ranging from +27.0°C to +27.5°C. Sunny weather pleases travelers for a long time — from 17 to 18 days a month. It must be borne in mind that this is the most popular time of the year and many tourists visit the resorts. To the delight of vacationers, it rains 14 days a month, with an average of 27.4 mm of precipitation.
Swimming in February, March, December in Puerto Rico is just wonderful. The sea pleases with temperatures from +26.5°C to +27.7°C.

Weather in Puerto Rico in February Weather in Puerto Rico in March Weather in Puerto Rico in December


air: +27.0°C
rain: 12 days
sea: +26.5°C
sun: 18 days


air: +27.1°C
rain: 14 days
sea: +26.7°C
sun: 18 days


air: +27.5°C
rain: 15 days
sea: +27.7°C
sun: 17 days

Puerto Rico beach season

Puerto Rico low season

When the low season begins in Puerto Rico and the number of tourists becomes less marked on the chart. The least comfortable weather for a holiday is in August.

Puerto Rico Spring Weather

The average air temperature in spring is +27. 2°C, and water +2.6°C. In general, the weather in Puerto Rico in the spring can be seen on the graphs, 40 rainy days, comfort rating of at least 4.6 out of five points.

Weather in Puerto Rico in summer

The average air temperature in summer is +27.8°C, and water +2.7°C. In general, the weather in Puerto Rico in the summer on the charts, 49 rainy days, comfort rating of at least 4.5 out of five points.

Weather in Puerto Rico in autumn

The average air temperature in autumn is +29.5°C, and water +2.7°C. What is the weather like in Puerto Rico in autumn shown on the graphs, 48 ​​rainy days, comfort rating of at least 4.3 out of five points.

Puerto Rico winter weather

The average air temperature in winter is +29. 2°C, and water +2.7°C. The weather in Puerto Rico in winter is clearly visible on the charts, there are 58 rainy days, a comfort rating of at least 4.3 out of five points.

Weather in Puerto Rico by months, sea water temperature

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