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Barbados is both sunnier and drier than many other islands in the Caribbean, experiencing between eight and 10 hours of sunlight a day. This means that temperatures tend to be on the warmer side as well.
The chart below shows that even during the coldest months of the year, January and February, average temperatures range between 74 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Through the summer months, temperatures reach highs of 85 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. These averages, combined with the continual trade winds mean that even during the hottest time of year, the weather is still pleasant and tolerable.
|Average High and Low Temperature|
A quick look at the breakdown of Barbados' average temperatures by time of day shows that each day starts off with a punch, and are warm from the get go. The temperature grows by about two to four degrees by late morning, stays stable through early afternoon, and begins to drop into the late afternoon. Early evening is when the island experiences its lowest temperatures of the day.
|Average Temperature by Time of Day|
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