Havana: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Havana
The latest and today's weather in Havana, Cuba updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:58
- Sunset 19:55
- Moonrise 15:33
- Moonset 03:33
|Temp feels like:||75°F (24°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 44m|
|Pressure:||29.8" (1009 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (9 km)|
Historic Temperatures for 28th April in Havana
|Average High||84°F (29°C)|
|Record High||90°F (32°C) (2007)|
|Average Low||66°F (19°C)|
|Record Low||59°F (15°C) (2013)|
Weather Overview for Havana
Havana is located near the equator; as a result it has hot and humid climate throughout the year. Havana only experiences 2 seasons, summer and rainy. The summer season lasts from November to December, whereas the rainy season goes on through May to October. Havana also experiences trade winds, which help to cool things down. While planning to travel to Havana you only need to carry summer clothes as it is warm and hot throughout, you will also need to carry mosquito repellent and skin care products, it would be advisable to buy these products from home as there are not many brands available in Havana and the once which are, cannot be trusted or relied upon.
Summer in Havana is hot and humid and the temperatures summers are around 30°C that’s around 87°F. The Humid in summer stays around 80% which can make the atmosphere a bit uncomfortable. The summer is also very dry and becomes harsher in the months July and August.Havana also experiences fair amount trade winds during the summer which help to keep the things cool. However the temperatures remain constant throughout the day so be prepared for warm and hot evenings.
The rainy season lasts from May to October; the months of May and June are the wettest months in the whole year. It general the majority of rainfall occurs in the night, however there are also occasional day downpours. The end months of the rainy season, September and October also tend to experience hurricanes. The average temperatures are generally around 20°C. Many tourists prefer the rainy season to visit as the weather is milder compared to the summer months when the temperatures are generally above 30°C in the peak periods.