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Year 'Round Climate and Weather in The Abacos
30-Year Weather and Climate Statistics on this page include:

  • Average monthly high and low air temperatures
  • Average monthly high and low water temperatures
  • Average monthly rainfall
  • Record high and low monthly air temperatures
  • Average monthly humidity
  • Average monthly wind speed (in knots)
  • Average daily hours of BRIGHT sunshine per month
  • Average monthly length of day
  • Current 7-day rain probability page
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  • For current BAHAMAS OCEAN TEMPERATURES, ABACO WAVE HEIGHT - SURF CONDITIONS, ABACO TIDE TABLES, SURFACE WATER TEMPERATURES, or South Florida MARINE FORECAST (including The Bahamas), Click HERE
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  • For a "Seasoned Traveler's Abaco Weather Philosophy", please Click HERE.

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To help you to better plan your days (and nights) in the Abacos, we've found an accurate SUNRISE / SUNSET and Twilight Timetable tool. It's Linux-based, so it works with everybody. Please Click HERE to help you figure out when to plan your twilight beach walk, when to start looking for the Abacos' famous "Green Flash" at sunset and when sunrise starts the next day. The abbreviations used on this reference site are as follows: CTS is Civil Twilight Start, SR is Sunrise, SS is Sunset, CTE is Civil Twilight End.


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RED Type In YELLOW BOXES = YEARLY AVERAGE LOWs
Blue Type In YELLOW BOXES = YEARLY AVERAGE HIGHs


Average Monthly Temperatures (air and water) - Average Monthly Rainfall
Month Air Temp-Average High Air Temp - Average Low Average Water Temp Rainfall
January 77°F 66°F 70°F 2"
February 77°F 65°F 71°F 1.6"
March 78°F 67°F 74°F 1.4"
April 81°F 69°F 76°F 1.6"
May 82°F 70°F 79°F  4.3"
June 82°F  70°F 80°F 4.3"
July 87°F  75°F 85°F 3.8"
August 88°F  76°F 86°F 4.4"
September 88°F  75°F 85°F 6.2"
October 84°F  74°F 82°F 7.4"
November 81°F  71°F 79°F 2.6"
December 79°F  67°F 74°F 2.2"

 Off-site climate conditions information
(NOTE: "Ocean Temperatures" - 1st list item - has been down since 1/1/03 due to hardware failure and should be online again by February)

For current sea SURFACE WATER TEMPERATURES, Click HERE
For current South Florida MARINE FORECAST, Click HERE
For current Abacos WAVE HEIGHT / SURFconditions, Click HERE
For current
Miami RADAR, Click HERE
For current ABACOS TIDE TABLES, Click HERE

Yellow Type = HIGHs -- Pink Type = LOWs
Month Lowest Temp Ever Recorded Highest Temp Ever Recorded Average Humidity (Percent) Ave.Wind Speed (Knots)

 Average Hrs. Bright Sunshine

Day Length
(Hrs.)
January 41.4°F 86.4°F 78 8.0

7.1

10.3
February 45.8°F 88.7°F 78 8.6

7.6

11.3
March 44.6°F 87.8°F 76 8.9

8.3

12.0
April 48.6°F 91.2°F 74 8.3

9.2

12.7
May 55.5°F 92.3°F 77 7.9

8.7

13.3
June 59.0°F 93.2°F 79 7.2

7.7

13.7
July 64.2°F 93.4°F 77 7.1

8.8

13.5
August 64.4°F 95.0°F 79 6.9

8.6

13.0
September 59.5°F 93.2°F 81 6.2

7.1

12.3
October 59.5°F 91.8°F 80 7.4

7.2

11.6
November 52.0°F 90.0°F 78 8.1

7.4

11.0
December 41.5°F 86.7°F 78 7.8

6.9

10.6


Cooled by the prevailing southeasterly Tradewinds in the summer and warmed by the surrounding waters and the Gulfstream in the cooler months, The Abacos are rarely uncomfortably hot or cold. Although the central Abacos are on the same latitude as Palm Beach, Florida (27°45'), the winter temperatures average 10° (F) warmer than Florida and the summer highs are generally somewhat lower than those found on similar Florida latitudes due to the moderating effects of the surrounding waters. As a matter of record, the average daily highs and lows rarely differ by more than 12 degrees (F), with monthly rainfall averaging about 2 inches in the winter and 6 inches in the summer, primarily in the "20-minutes-and-they're-gone" afternoon showers and squall lines.

According to Bahamian meteorological records, The Abacos experience an average of more than seven hours of sunlight per day.

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