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Weather & Climate

Aruba’s balmy weather, paired with caressing trade winds, couldn’t be more consistent, promising you a sunny vacation.

Aruba is blessed with clear skies, bright sunshine (more sunny days than any other island!), and cooling trade winds practically every day of the year. Except for a few scattered annual weather events and some brief showers on some days (very welcomed by our tropical plants!), the sun does indeed always shine here!

Out of roughly 700 islands in the Caribbean, Aruba consistently ranks as having the least amount of rainfall – averaging about 15 inches for the entire year, making our weather conditions as pleasant as they are safe. Aruba is located outside the hurricane belt, which makes planning your vacation a secure and carefree experience year-round.

Temperatures average in the low 80s year-round, with higher numbers recorded between May and October, and lower temperatures between December and March.

Our wonderful weather is one of the many reasons for the island’s highest return-visitor rate in the Caribbean.

If you want a view of the current weather, please click on the button below to enjoy a live stream of Aruba’s most famous beach, Eagle Beach.

Live Weather Cam

Live stream courtesy of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort on Eagle Beach

Maybe you can already feel the warming rays of the sun, the soft sand between your toes, and the cooling Caribbean breeze on your skin. Sounds like paradise, doesn’t it?

See more about Aruba’s weather on YouTube.

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Wonderful Aruba weather is one of the many reasons for the island’s highest return-visitor rate in the Caribbean.

The best thing about Aruba weather is that you rarely have to take it into account when making plans. If the Aruba weather forecast says it’s going to rain, it’s very likely that it will be a 5-minute shower. No need to cancel that picnic on the beach!

Weather in Aruba is pretty consistent year-round, but there are some slight differences in temperature in Aruba and precipitation from month to month.

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in January

Temperature: 81°F Rainfall: 2.3 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in in February

Temperature: 82°F Rainfall: 1.6 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in in March

Temperature: 82°F Rainfall: 0.4 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in April

Temperature: 82°F Rainfall: 0.4 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in May

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 0.8 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in June

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 0.4 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in July

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 0.8 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in August

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 0.4 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in September

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 2.0 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in October

Temperature: 84°F Rainfall: 3.1 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in November

Temperature: 82°F Rainfall: 3.5 inches

Aruba's Average Weather Forecast in December

Temperature: 81°F Rainfall: 3.1 inches

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