Cuba: the weather forecast for Havana on March 21

Cuba: the weather forecast for Havana on March 21

Climate information is increasingly relevant to society. (GlobeLiveMedia/Jovani Perez)

He type of weather that there is in a certain place is determined by various factors among which the altitude, the latitude, the orientation of the relief, the distance to the sea and the sea currents and gives guidelines to the so-called “weather weather” which in turn is supported by other elements such as the temperature, pressure, wind, humidity and precipitation describe the atmospheric conditions of a territory in the short term.

To catalog the climate, the system developed by Wladimir Köppen is generally used, although there is also the Thornthwaite system, the latter which also takes into account biological diversity and the effects of climate change on it. Others, such as Bergeron and Spacial Synoptic, are interested in the origin of the air masses that define the climate of a region.

Due to global warming, the planet is currently undergoing a process of redistribution in which even a slight change in the average annual temperature leads to changes in habitats and their conditions.

In this context, we leave you the weather forecast for Havana.

Tuesday’s weather in Havana will reach 27 degrees, while the minimum temperature It will be 20 degrees. The forecast for UV levels is 9.

As for the rain precipitation forecast for the said city it will be 41%, with a cloudiness of 65%, during the day; and 2%, with 48% cloudiness, throughout the night.

During this time, wind gusts will reach 43 kilometers per hour during the day and 37 kilometers per hour at night.

    The heat of the ocean currents makes Havana a place with a unique climate.  (GlobeLiveMedia file)
The heat of the ocean currents makes Havana a place with a unique climate. (GlobeLiveMedia file)

Havanamain tourist pole and capital of Cuba, is characterized by a climate of tropical savanna due to the situation of the island in the so-called “belt of the trade winds” and by the heat from ocean currents.

In the Cuban capital, winter is not so extreme and the proof is that the record minimum temperature was 3.2 degrees on January 30, 2022; while the maximum in the city was 38.2 degrees in September 2015.

As for the rains, they are more frequent between the months of September and October, when tropical storms and hurricanes generally hit the island; while in March and May there is very little chance of rainfall.

The file of minimum recorded temperature Until this year, in the Cuban capital, it was 4 degrees Celsius in January 2010 in the José Martí International Airport area, but on January 30, 2022, it fell to 3.2 degrees.

On the other hand, the highest temperature recorded in the city is 38.2 degrees, reached since September 2015 and which to date has not been exceeded.

Cuba, officially called the Republic of Cuba, is an island country located in the Antilles of the Caribbean Sea; It consists of 15 provinces plus Havana as the capital and the most populous city.

Cuba’s climate is of tropical type and generally divides into two seasons: The drywhich runs from November to April, when the minimum temperatures are between 18 and 21 degrees, while the maximums reach 27 degrees.

On another side, the hottest and rainiest season They occur between the months of May to October, when the maximum temperatures are around 20 or 31 degrees; Moreover, between September and November, the presence of cyclones and hurricanes.

The Cuban archipelago is also characterized by relatively high humidity, with averages close to 90%, which causes an intense feeling of heat for much of the year.

There record a high temperature in the country the town of Veguitas, in Granma, has it, when on April 11, 2020 the thermometer rose to 39.3 degrees; On the other hand, Baiona has the lowest rating, when on February 8, 1996 historically fell to 0.6 degrees.

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