Grenada boasts incredible warm weather year round. Expect temperature that range from the 90's F in Summer to the mid 70's F in Winter. Deciding what to pack to pack shouldn't be a problem: light clothes, flip-flops, a nice hat, good sunglasses, suncreen with high protection, for use during the day and the clothing attire appropriate for evening and night activities. But if you are going during the rainy season or want to explore the island's hinterland, those clothes won't be enough. 

What marks the difference between seasons is the presence and absence of rain. The rainy season goes from June to December, meaning that it inevitable rains every day though not all day. It only rains for a while at different moments during the day. Pack an umbrella and a light raincoat. If you are planning to hike in the hilly interior of the island, be sure to pack good hiking shoes as sandals won't be of any help. Also, temperatures drop as you ascend and you will need a light sweater or a thicker raincoat. In the hinterland, expect levels of humidity high enough to produce non-stop light rains all over the year.

Rain doesn't limit your opportunities of having a good time. You will see how locals adapt their lives to rain and the rhythm is less intense:people find shelter in hotels, cafes, restaurants, at a sidewalk under the roof of a store and wait for the rain to stop. They have this trust in nature: as something that has a place in people's everyday life.