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    Question about air temp

    I'v been going to Aruba since late 90s but we always go Aug ,Sept, or Oct. It usually is around 90 degrees feels like 110. Thankfully I love that heat. I see the temp is about 84 everyday right now . For those that have gone both times of the year is the temp difference that noticeable ? I mean 84 is a lot better than 24 and snowing but I was just curious. People I brought in Oct said it was almost too hot ( not in my vocabulary ) want to compare it for a couple I'm taking in April.
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    We have been several different months. I think it's a bit warmer in September compared to April/May. Not a great deal, maybe a couple of degrees.

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    It definitely feels warmer in the later months, but for us, it’s a combination of changes.

    Actual temperature is a little higher, the winds tend to be lighter, and during the “rain season”, the humidity rises.







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    I have found a couple of weeks really really hot in August. Ive been most months outside of the fall- Dec, Jan, Feb, March, April, June, July and August and the temp always feels great minus a few Dec cooler days with some rain. Mid 80s plus with a nice wind is perfect all year IMO.
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    there were times this past early December, that I felt like I needed a sweater while being outside in the evening

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    At 5am in August I actually get a mild chill. Nevertheless, anytime of the year in Aruba is cooler than Charleston SC in the summer. One thing to bear in mind about being so close to the equator during peak daytime temperatures is that the sunlight is direct from overhead which means you are more effectively shaded in the car, with hat, cabana, etc, and there's less surface area in direct sunlight path.
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    We are here now. We wear a bathing suit and T Shirt every day. Nice breeze, doesnt feel too hot. But we are sitting under a papala on beach to give us some shade. I'ld say its perfect now.

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    I haven’t found a big difference in the months we have gone but I do remember our very first trip which was in March. I got off the plane and the heat and humidity just hit me. I thought OMG what was I thinking. Well, it was one of our best ever trips.

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