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Weather and atmosphere

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Hello, I have a trip scheduled for next week to Negril but due to the high chance of rain (80% on 2 days then 50% on another) we are looking at the possibility of changing our trip to Barbados or St. John’s. What would you guys recommend? Which one is better? Negril Barbados or St. John’s? If the high chance of rain wouldn’t be so high we would keep our reservation for Negril. TIA

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Impossible to predict the weather as it does rain in the Caribbean and it is now the rainy/hurricane season everywhere.

Go to the NOAA website and see what they say or not.

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See my reply to your same question on the Antigua forum.

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Don't let the weather forecast impact your vacation. Usually it can be quick and spotty... be very sure you want to do this..

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Never changed plans due to weather in my 20+ trips to Negril and Barbados. Unless it was a hurricane.

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