One of three Dutch Windward Islands, Saba offers generally pleasant weather most of the year. The average temperature is a comfortable 80 degrees, but it can be a bit warmer in the summer and bit cooler in the winter.

The easterly trade winds and tall Mount Scenery create ever-changing cloud movements. Temperatures can be cooler in the Windwardside than in The Bottom, and this is especially noticeable at night.  

Throughout the year the island does all get a lot of sun, so no matter what time of the year you go, you’re likely to get a tan. In fact, be sure to bring along some sunscreen if you’re going to soak up those island rays.

The summer is generally the rainy season, which lasts from May until about the beginning of November. The islands are within the hurricane zone, and the last major hurricane to make landfall was in 1998, when Hurricane Georges hit the island. Thankfully there were no casualties. The "winter" months are from November to February; daytime temperatures are in the upper 70s to low 80s during the day and in the low 60s or so at night. Likewise, the humidity is usually much lower during the winter.