Coat and umbrella or light clothes and cap? If you don’t know what to wear to go out this Saturday, it’s here weather forecast for the next few hours in Santiago de los Caballeros.
During the day temperature it will reach a maximum of 33 degrees, rain forecast it will be 1%, with 21% cloudiness, while wind gusts will be 50 kilometers per hour.
As for ultraviolet rays, they should reach a level of up to 8.
For the night, temperature will reach 18 degrees, while precipitation forecast It will be 1%, with 19% cloudiness, while wind gusts will reach 41 kilometers per hour during the day.
Santiago de los Caballeros is the second largest city in the Dominican Republic, part of the province of Santiago and located in the north of the Central American country.
The climate of the city of Santiago de los Caballeros is mainly tropicalHowever, the tropical trade winds, as well as the nearby mountainous areas, help to decrease the heat and humidity in the region.
The hottest months fall between July and August, while the months with the coldest temperatures These are December and January.
As for the rains, rainy season and cloudiness persist for much of the year.
The tropical climate of Santiago de los Caballeros, combined with the city’s altitude of approximately 183 meters above sea level, generates cloudy conditions for much of the year.
Although the Dominican Republic is prone to hurricanes, Santiago de los Caballeros is somewhat protected from them due to its location in the Cibao Valley.
Being a Caribbean nation, The Dominican Republic has a mainly tropical climate, with abundant rainfall and an average temperature between 25 degrees and 30 degrees..
The rainy season begins in May and runs until November, with the months of May, August and September recording the most torrential rainfall on Dominican soil.
Although it is a tropical country, there are regions, mainly in the high altitude areas such as Constanza, Jarabacoa and Ocoa, where the temperature can drop considerably in winter, reaching -5 degrees in winter.
The Dominican Republic is prone to the passage of hurricanes and, on average, one occurs every seven to eight years, as well as a tropical storm every four years, not counting floods.