Climate Data Aruba

Aruba's aerodrome reference point is at 12.30N 70.00W. Aruba is situated in the so called Southern Caribbean Dry Zone, and is characterized by tropical steppe, semiarid hot climate (BSh) (scheme of modified Koeppen System), with a discernible dry and rainy season, and sustained moderate to fresh easterlies. The dry season runs roughly from February through June, and the rainy season starts in September and ends in January. Rain showers occur usually during the early morning hours, and during our rainy season it can be in the early morning or early to late evening hours. The lowest average cloud cover is in the month of February and the highest average cloud cover is in the month of May, mainly due to upper-level clouds. On daily basis the average cloudiness of the sky is the highest in the morning hours and the lowest in the late evening. Aruba, is on the southern fringes of the Hurricane belt. Only once every 100 years considerable damage is caused by tropical cyclones passing just south of Aruba. Although tropical cyclones or mid-latitude storm systems passing to our north can cause some damages also due to beach erosion and coastal flooding.

Histogram 1971-2010 Aruba

Sunrise Sunset table 2014
Moonrise Moonset 2014


Climate Report 2010, Climate Report 2011, Climate Report 2012, Climate Report 2013

Climate Averages 1951-1980, Climate Averages 1971-2000, Climate Averages 1981-2010

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