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Aruba Climate and Current Weather

Aruba offers constantly warm weather. Summer never ends here. The temperature difference between June and December or midnight and noon is rarely more than four degrees either side of 82F. A dependable cooling trade wind blows from the east, and fewer than 22 inches of rain fall anywhere on the island during a year.
Current weather in Aruba

Since the equator runs about 12 to south, the sun is strong, especially between 11 am and 3 pm, and visitors enjoy morning sunrises and evening sunsets at roughly the same times each day, regardless of the seasons.

From January to March, the trade winds provide ideal windsurfing conditions off the windward coast. Since the terrain is almost flat, these same winds sweep clouds quickly over the island without allowing moisture to build into rain showers. Therefore, the sea off the leeward coasts is rarely stirred up by a storm, and visitors may count on ideal conditions for scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming.

Aruba weather year round

  Average High Average Low Warmest ever Coldest ever Average dew point Wet days
Month
January 85 29.4 76 24.4 90 32.2 66 18.9 71 21.7 15
February 85 29.4 76 24.4 90 32.2 70 21.1 71 21.7 11
March 86 30 77 25 91 32.8 72 22.2 72 22.2 9
April 87 30.6 78 25.6 93 33.9 72 22.2 73 22.8 7
May 88 31.1 79 26.1 95 35 72 22.2 74 23.3 7
June 89 31.7 80 26.7 93 33.9 70 21.1 75 23.8 9
July 88 31.1 79 26.1 99 37.2 72 22.2 75 23.9 12
August 89 31.7 80 26.7 93 33.9 73 22.8 75 23.8 9
Septrmber 89 31.7 80 26.7 95 35 70 21.1 76 24.4 8
October 89 31.7 80 32.2 95 35 68 20 76 24.4 11
November 87 30.6 79 26.1 93 33.9 68 20 75 23.9 15
December 85 39.4 77 25 91 32.8 70 21.1 73 22.8 18


 
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