It's Always Sunny in the USVI!

USVI St. Thomas Magens Bay Overlook


Temperature Chart

The tropical weather here in the U.S. Virgin Islands is almost always sunny and warm with highs in the 80°Fs and lows in the 70°Fs making our islands the perfect beach vacation locale. As you might expect, the hottest months are July, August, September, and October when the daytime temperatures average 89°F – 90°F. Our coolest months are January and February when average daytime temperatures drop all the way down to 85°F!!!


Average daily high humidity on our tropical islands ranges from 81% to 87% and there’s usually a moderate breeze, so you’ll want to dress appropriately. If you’re planning on shopping or walking around, you may want to consider bringing a portable fan. Depending on the during which season you come, the humidity levels can vary.

USVI St. Thomas Bluebeard's Castle


USVI Precipitation Chart

You may encounter a quick rain shower but rainfall is generally infrequent.  Our “rainy season” occurs during August, September, and October when rainfall accumulations may reach 5 inches during one month.  It is during these months you may encounter one or more entire days of rain.


Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1 and ends November 30 but you would most likely encounter a major storm during August and September.  The most recent major hurricane ravage the U.S Virgin Islands was Hurricane Marilyn in September 1995.  This storm was responsible for thirteen deaths and $2B in damage to the islands. There have been seven other major storms to affect the area since then so keep an eye on the storm predictions when planning your vacation.

Hurricane Marilyn 1995