Grenada, Grenada: Live Weather
Live weather in Grenada
The latest and today's weather in Grenada , Grenada updated regularly
- Sunrise 05:42
- Sunset 18:27
|Temp feels like:||33°C (91°F)|
|Length of Day:||12h 45m|
|Pressure:||30" (1032 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 27th May in Grenada
|Average High||28°C (82°F)|
|Record High||30°C (86°F) (1999)|
|Average Low||24°C (75°F)|
|Record Low||23°C (73°F) (2012)|
Grenada is a popular tourism destination thanks to its tropical climate, pristine beaches and various other attractions.
It is also a popular location for those looking for an all inclusive stay, with a number of all inclusive resorts in the area.
A few of the top resorts are the Cobaya Beach Resort, La Source Grenada and Grenadian by Rex Resort.
Typical Weather in Grenada
Grenada is a popular area for those who seek winter sun and a beach holiday, with the peak holiday season from November to March. Similar to most islands in the Caribbean, the average temperatures are typically between 29°C and 30°C.
The tropical climate brings with it extreme weather and tropical storms in the summer months.
As is to be expected from a tropical climate, the summer months see temperatures rise to searing highs of around 30°C and higher. The summer months are the off season in Grenada, as this is also the time of year when the tropical storms can hit, making it a dangerous time to travel. If you do decide to visit during this time of the year, you are advised to take caution.
The winter months are the peak time to travel to Grenada. The temperatures are at a more comfortable 27°C/80°F and tourists in the area at this time of the year can expect uninterrupted sunshine and dry weather, ideal ofr a beach holiday.
Hurricane season in Grenada falls between June and November and brings with it humidity, increased rain fall and strong winds. There were no instances of hurricanes for almost 50 years in Grenada, until this past decade. Unfortunately, between 2004 and 2005, two came around: Ivan and Emily.
Hurricane Ivan brought gale force winds with speeds that exceeded previous storms and devastated the community. More than 90% of the islandâs residents felt the effects as the majority of their homes were destroyed or damaged far beyond repair. Emily too showed significant force.
Having eluded a hurricane for such a long time, Hurricane Ivan and Hurricane Emily virtually wiped out all of their hopes and dreams for a peaceful existence. Thankfully, the citizens, along with their local government, were able to receive much needed financial support and the island and people are flourishing once again. Now, tourism is better than ever.
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