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Quoting Wikipedia, Barbuda’s “climate is classified as tropical marine which means that there is little seasonal temperature variation. In January and February, the coolest months, the average daily high temperature is 81°F (27°C). While in July and August, the warmest months, the average daily high is 86°F (30°C).” In other words, the weather is as close to perfect as you could ever ask for, especially during the cold winter months in the U.S., U.K., and Europe, which are the months Coco Point is open each year!
Sunshine is abundant and glorious in Barbuda. Sometimes the island goes days or even weeks without seeing a drop of rain. And even when it does rain, it is usually just a short passing shower or cloudburst that only lasts a few minutes, if that long. And if you’re lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of a rainbow.
Since the sun is so powerful and provides so much of the wonderful warmth of the day, temperatures do drop by 6 or 7 degrees at night. It is by no means cold, but can feel a bit cooler than during the day.
Current Temperature at Coco Point: