Overview of Virgin Islands (British) Weather

The Virgin Islands are a British Overseas Territory located in the Caribbean. The weather in the Virgin Islands is tropical and relatively stable throughout the year. However, there are two distinct seasons – the dry season and the wet season.

The dry season generally lasts from December to May, while the wet season runs from June to November. During the wet season, the Virgin Islands experience more rainfall and humidity. The average temperature during the wet season is around 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit).

The Virgin Islands are subject to the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June to November. Although hurricanes are relatively rare, they can cause significant damage if they do make landfall.

Overall, the Virgin Islands have a pleasant climate that is perfect for enjoying the many beaches and outdoor activities on offer.