Weather in Trinidad
Trinidad The climatic conditions of the municipality are determined by its latitude (in the tropical zone), its geographical position (on the south coast of the central region of the island), as well as by its relief (flat to the south and rising to form the strongly dissected premontañas and mountains of the north). The combination of these factors causes differences in the temperature and rainfall regime, not only seasonally, but also between the mountainous and flat areas.
The average air temperatures in the plain are from 26 to 28 ° C in the summer, and between 22 and 24 ° C in the winter. In the mountains, these values are 5 to 6 ° C lower on average.
The precipitations also receive a marked influence of the relief, reaching minimum values towards the coastal zone, where they fall between 700 mm and 1000 mm of rain on average. These figures are gradually increasing to the north, reaching register in the mountainous areas of 1800 mm to 2200 mm of rainfall on average.
In the city, the annual historical average of rains is 1368.4mm. June is the month in which it rains the most and January the month in which it rains less.
Weather in Sancti Spíritus
The average environmental temperature ranges between 23 ° C and 28.6 ° C, with a difference of 5.6 ° C and with an average annual temperature of 25.5 ° C. The villa is located in an area of medium rainfall, covering almost 90% of the agricultural area of the province, where rainfall fluctuates between 1,200 mm and 1,600 mm annually.
The climate is tropical, in winter there is much less rain than in summer. The driest month is December, while the highest rainfall of the year is in the month of June. With an average of 28.0 ° C, July is the warmest month. The coldest month of the year is 22.0 ° C in the middle of January.