Port of Spain, Trinidad is located in a tropical zone in the southern Caribbean and has a seasonal tropical climate, meaning that although the average temperature and amount of daylight varies very little throughout the year the area does have distinct wet and dry seasons.  The temperature in Port of Spain, Trinidad's capitol, averages in the high 80's most of the time.  Its dry season, getting very little or no rain, lasts from June to December and its rainy season lasts from January to May.  Most visitors come to area during the late winter and early spring to enjoy its beaches and escape from the cold in the Northern Hemisphere.  Also very popular for visitors, and perhaps the city's most well known event, is Carnival which takes place the day before Ash Wednesday in February or March each year.

For an up to date weather forecast of Port of Spain, visit the BBC's Port of Spain page.