The weather in Turks and Caicos Islands
Although the Turks and Caicos islands are famous for year-round sun, they do experience a rainy season and there is a distinction between the hotter and cooler seasons.
April to October are generally considered the hot months, when temperatures can soar into the 90s, and daytime rain storms are more likely. There is also the threat of hurricanes. These are rare, though, and even during rainy season there’s still plenty of sunshine.
The cooler months are roughly from December to February, when temperatures are more tolerable and there is a lower chance of daytime rain. These winter months are considered to be peak season in Turks and Caicos.
Hurricane Season in Turks and Caicos Islands
The hurricane season in Turks and Caicos officially starts on June 1st and lasts through November 30th. However, most of the hurricanes that have hit the islands have occurred in late August and early September. Actually the weather is great, during hurricane season, calm and warm waters and most people visit without any problems. Our resort offers free constellation in case of major hurricane approaching Turks and Caicos Islands.
Although there is always the threat of storms during this season, the last serious hurricane has affected the islands in 2017, and thastatistics show every 10 year a major hurricane can hit the islands, so the odds are excellent that you’ll enjoy a hurricane-free vacation. In fact, the hurricane season can be one of the best times to visit Turks and Caicos, especially during the months of September and October when the summer heat has abated.
If you visit Turks and Caicos during hurricane season you’ll be rewarded with (usually) great weather and lower rates than at other times of the year. Before you travel check for weather updates from the USA’s National Hurricane Center before traveling. link: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/