St. Maarten is located in the Northeastern region of the Caribbean — more specifically: 18.01°N, 63.03°W. The general climate usually varies from a relatively dry season (January-April) to a rainy season (August-December), with moderate winds from the east to northeast. Showers normally occur during the late afternoon, as local effects of heating, humidity, etc. combine. Additionally, temperatures usually remain around 27°C with the warmest month being August. The tropical nature of the island extends into seawater temperatures of around 27.2°C, while skies typically range between mostly clear to partly cloudy.
Click below for each Monthly Climate Summary:
FEB-2013 MAY-2013 AUG-2013 NOV-2013
MAR-2013 JUN-2013 SEP-2013 DEC-2013
Click below for each Annual Climate Summary (including Review of Hurricane Season):