Playa Pesquero, Cuba: Live Weather
Live weather in Playa Pesquero
The latest and today's weather in Playa Pesquero , Cuba updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:42
- Sunset 17:51
|Temp feels like:||28°C (82°F)|
|Length of Day:||11h 9m|
|Pressure:||30" (1021 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 28th January in Playa Pesquero
|Average High||26°C (79°F)|
|Record High||30°C (86°F) (2014)|
|Average Low||17°C (63°F)|
|Record Low||15°C (59°F) (2004)|
Playa Pesquero is a beach with warm and humid tropical weather located in the province of Holguin in Cuba. The resort experiences temperatures averaging in the high twenties to low thirties throughout the year, and the climate is similar to other nearby beaches in the area, such as Bahia Naranjo, Cabo Lucrecia, Guardalavaca, Playa Esmeralda and Don Lino. The resort's exquisite temperatures make it one of the best holiday destinations during November, December and January, when the area experiences warm temperatures in the mid to high twenties. As a tropical island, this area receives frequent rainfall throughout the entire year, but it also has two rainy seasons.
The winter months run from December to February. From November until April, Playa Pesquero experiences its driest months. However, it still has a constant rainfall of approximately 58 mm of rain on average. During the winter months in Playa Pesquero, the temperatures stay constant, with highs in the mid to high twenties, and lows in the high teens and low twenties. Its coldest months are December and January.
Although the temperatures are the lowest at these times of the year, you will find that Playa Pesquero offers warm temperatures in the mid-twenties around 23 to 24°C - even in their coldest months. Light rain is experienced in the winter months, with an average of 47 to 69mm of rain a month. The mild temperatures make Playa Pesquero the perfect destination for tourists looking to get away from the cold weather in their homeland to experience spring-like temperatures on the beautiful beaches of Cuba.
During the month of January, the tide tends to go up significantly, bringing dangerous conditions for fisherman and small ships. It is asked of tourists and nearby citizens to take extra precautions with the rise of the tide when going into the ocean. This runs through February as well.
For spring weather, you can visit between March and April. March, the driest month of the year, experiences an average of 46 mm of rain with an average temperature of 25°C. The average for April is 58mm with averages temperatures on 27°C, in May it takes a big leap to 118mm.
In April, the daily sunshine hours tend to be around 9, up from 8 hours in March. There is a further increase to 10 hours in May. As for swimming, the average sea temperature is very pleasant, 26°C in March, going up to 27°C in April and 28°C in May.
During the summer months from June to August, the weather is warm but wet. The first rainy season lasts from May until July, with June having the heaviest rainfall averaging 165mm in the month. You will want to check on the weather forecast regularly so that you can see what kind of weather to expect on any particular day of your holiday. There is an average of 10 to 11 hours of sunshine a day during this time, meaning long sunny days for exploring.
The daily temperature averages around 28°C to 29°C, with lows of 23°C going up to highs of 33°C. As for the sea, the average temperature during the whole of this time is 29°C.
From September to November, the autumnal season takes over. The second rainy season is from September until October, averaging 163 mm of rainfall in September and 147 mm in October, with September being the second rainiest month in the year. The rain does drop down to just 79mm in November, as the rainy season dies away. The average sea temperature around this time remains at 29°C, falling to 28°C in November.
There are 8 hours of sunshine a day throughout the months of autumn, giving great daily temperatures. Average lows of 20°C rise to average highs of 30°C. The daily average in September is 28°C, falling to 27°C in October and then 25°C in November.
Hurricane season runs from June until the end of November for the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Cuba, just like all islands in the Caribbean, is vulnerable to strong winds and storms, and it is prone to hurricanes during hurricane season. It is recommended that tourists use caution when travelling to the beach during the months of June through November, as it can be quite dangerous and the island could experience major catastrophes that may require evacuations. The most dangerous months are September and October when hurricanes are more prone to pass through Cuba.
Every year Playa Pesquero experiences strong currents and winds due to the hurricane season. These high winds especially affect the coastal area, which can be flooded significantly.
The area of Holguin, including Playa Pesquero, Guardalavaca, Pinar del Rio, Vinales and Isla de la Juventud, suffered significant damage by hurricanes Sandy, Ike and Gustav. The resorts in Playa Pesquero and Guardalavaca were so damaged by these monster hurricanes that major renovations and refurbishments had to be made.
One of the most recent destructive storms and hurricanes to hit Playa Pesquero was Hurricane Sandy, which produced enormous waves of up to 9 meters of height and caused flooding all through the coast of Playa Pesquero and the surrounding areas. In 2008, Playa Pesquero also saw the rage of Hurricane Ike, which caused $7.3 billion dollars worth of damage. Hurricane Ike has been the costliest hurricane in the history of Cuba.
Although Playa Pesquero was greatly affected by this disaster, the area has recovered almost completely from the effects of Ike and the latest Hurricane Sandy. Little damage is shown currently in Playa Pesquero thanks to the efforts of the government and resorts, which have done a splendid job reconstructing the area and cleaning up after these natural disasters. However, the wrath of hurricanes should not be taken lightly, and the area should be avoided during hurricane season for safety precautions.
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