Overview of Grenada Weather

Grenada is a small island country located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. The island is roughly rectangular in shape, with a length of 21 miles and a width of 12 miles. The coastline of Grenada is approximately 100 miles long. The highest point on the island is Mount St. Catherine, which has an elevation of 2,757 feet.

The climate of Grenada is tropical, with a wet season that runs from June to November and a dry season that runs from December to May. The average temperature on the island is 78 degrees Fahrenheit. The average rainfall is approximately 60 inches per year.

The island of Grenada is vulnerable to hurricanes and tropical storms. In September 2004, Hurricane Ivan caused significant damage to the island. In October 2005, Hurricane Emily also caused damage to Grenada.