Martinique weather

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The weather guide for Martinique shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & today's weather forecast provided by MeteoBlue. Find out more about our data sources.

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Compare Martinique weather with the USA

Below the Martinique weather chart shows average maximum daytime temperature for Martinique (Fort-de-France) and the USA (Washington).

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Martinique weather overview

Martinique, one of the Caribbean Windward Islands, is large, hilly and very French. Rain occurs in all months of the year but is most intense from July to October, when there is also the possibility of hurricanes. Downpours are heaviest up in the mountains, where temperatures are cooler.

The West coast (where Fort-de-France is located) is more sheltered from the prevailing winds. Typically for the Caribbean, the island is consistently hot throughout the year, averaging 8 hours of daily sunshine. Sea breezes help dissipate humidity and prevent the heat getting too sticky.

What to pack for Martinique weather

Take light clothing with warmer cover-ups for trips to higher ground, and go prepared for rain at any time of year.

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