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Weather in Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands National Park has similar temperatures throughout the year. The only real differences are precipitation levels. The driest part of the year is January to April, with the wettest time occurring in autumn. The dry season coincides with the highest visitations, and the popular beaches, and the island of St. John in general, can be very crowded during this time. Hurricane season runs June through November, with September being the most likely month for a hurricane. Many businesses and lodgings are actually closed in the months of September and October. February would be our pick for the best month to visit.

Averages and Records at Virgin Islands

MonthAvg HighAvg LowRecord HighRecord LowAvg Precip
January796891623.01
February806789601.83
March826889601.70
April846995623.09
May857193644.07
June867395652.77
July877395663.49
August877396663.84
September867395615.50
October857292645.23
November827191635.93
December806987603.50

All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit. All precipitation is reported in inches.

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