In the south-eastern Caribbean Sea sits Grenada, an island nation made up of the southern Grenadines. Grenada enjoys a tropical climate; summers are hot and humid with high rainfall, and winters are slightly cooler and breezy with minimal rainfall. The islands are just on the southern edge of the hurricane belt.
Year round, temperatures stay very high. Temperatures measured in St. George’s on Grenada Island’s coast can be seen as representative of the temperature on the smaller islands. In St. George's, winter sees an average high of 29°C. Summer sees an average high of 30°C. There is a colossal peak in September of… 31°C. Average night time temperatures are similarly constant, never falling below 20°C.