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Weather - What to expect in late November

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Weather - What to expect in late November

What is the weather like in late November and early December? How is the water for scuba? Snorkel? Swimming? Thanks!

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1. Re: Weather - What to expect in late November

For average weather data go to www.weatherbase,com click through to Caribbean then Antigua. For more detailed historical data go to www.wunderground.com

FYI - on average there's not more than a 5 degree F. difference in temperatures between summer and winter. In November/December you can expect daytime highs to be in the low to mid 80's F with lots of sun and the occasional ubiquitous tropical rain shower.

Water is good for scuba, snorkeling and swimming.

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2. Re: Weather - What to expect in late November

I don't want to put you off at all, but a few years ago we were in Antigua in late November and had constant torrential rain for over a week! It was lovely, warm rain, but rain nevertheless!!

However, I think we were extremely unlucky - but you might like to know that it can happen!!

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