Weather Half Moon Cay
23 SepLocal Time: 23:29 EDT UK Time: 04:29 BST
- Sunrise 06:52
- Sunset 18:59
- Moonrise 05:26
- Moonset 18:01
|Temp feels like:||92°F (34°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 42m|
|Dew Point:||76°F (25°C)|
|Pressure:||30.01 " (1016 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||7 miles (11 km)|
Average for September: 0°F (0°C)
Tue 23 Sep84°F (29°C)Night
Wed 24 Sep86°F (30°C)Night
Thu 25 Sep84°F (29°C)Night
Fri 26 Sep86°F (30°C)Night
Weather Overview for Half Moon Cay
an average rainfall of 2500mm a year, unlike other areas of the
Half Moon Cay has an average of around 320 days of sunshine each year. With this much sun, temperatures stay warm all year and the crystal clear turquoise sea never falls below 23°C. The average high temperature will generally occur in August when the climate hits 31°C.
Half Moon Cay is characterised by its higher and average temperatures which annually range from 15°C to 16°C in winter and 25°C to 27°C in summer.
A dry season regarded as by strong easterly winds that run from January to February and also again from May to June. Brawny winter storms occur throughout October until February, frequently as the northeast fronts bring cool temperatures, heavy rains, strong winds and rough seas.
such as the Gulf Stream and the constant trade winds help keep the weather
constant throughout the bay, with the island being just a little cooler due to
its proximity to
The rainy season in the Half Moon Cay is from May to November. Although even in September, the wettest month, there is still a customary of seven hours of sun each day.
all countries located in the
The waters of Half Moon Cay are virtually free of pollution, making them among the clearest and most colourful to be found anywhere; one of the most beautiful waters on earth. The depth of the water, coral heads and sunlight are ultimately responsible for its radiant colours.
Half Moon Cay is situated in a protective bay making conditions ideal for swimming in the calm waters at any time of the year. This eye-catching island has plenty of unspoilt beaches that await tourists whether it’s spring, autumn or summer. The weather is perfect for beach holidays and water sports, yet it is not so hot that it discourages visitors from discovering the many sights that this stunning island has to offer.