Guadeloupe Monthly Climate Averages
Guadeloupe is located in wet tropical or so-called equatorial climate zone, which is known for hot, humid weather and lack of apparent seasonal fluctuation.
To help you choose the best time to travel, you can find climate data below on the weather in Guadeloupe .
High season with the best weather conditions for the beach leisure in Guadeloupe are typically January, February, March.
Temperature in Guadeloupe
The table shows that the hottest months in Guadeloupe are August and July, during which the average daytime temperature reaches +31.6°C and the nighttime temperature falls to +23.7°C.
The coldest months are January and February, when the daily average temperature falls to +29.1°C, and drops to +19.9°C during the night.
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The month with the highest average monthly temperature in the Caribbean Sea on the beaches of Guadeloupe is September with 29.4 degrees.
The coldest water can be found in February — 26.5degrees C.
The largest amount of precipitation falls on average in September and October, up to 236mm, and the least in February and March — up to 64mm.