Climate of Cuba
Cuba’s climate is tropical, seasonally humid, with maritime influence and semi-continental features; however, other climatic types located in the mountain systems and on the coasts coexist. It is divided into two periods: little rainy and rainy.
Not very rainy (November to April): Known as winter, the variations of weather and climate become more noticeable, with abrupt changes in daily time, associated with the passage of frontal systems. It is more noticeable in the western half than in the eastern half.
Rainy (May to October): Known as summer, there are few variations in time, with the most important changes being the passage of eastern waves and tropical cyclones.