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Weather in Late October?

Kansas City, MO
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Weather in Late October?

It appears mid-October is the tail end of hurricane season, but can it still be rainy? We will be in Oct 26-Nov 11. Is it chilly at night?

Ocho Rios, Jamaica
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1. Re: Weather in Late October?

Actually the end of hurricane season is November 30. October is generally the rainiest month. You can get rain late morning or early afternoon each day. It shouldn't last too long though, unless there is a weather system passing through the area.

November is pretty much the same as October, with possibly a little less rain. Weather is unpredictable.

We were in Ocho Rios last year in mid October (7 days) and had rain only one day for a couple hours.

Just make sure you purchase travel insurance. Many still visit during these months and have an enjoyable vacation. Night time temps can range from 23-26 degrees Celsius at that time of year.

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2. Re: Weather in Late October?

"It appears mid-October is the tail end of hurricane season,"

Hurricane season runs for 6 to 8 more weeks.

"can it still be rainy?"

Yes, but then some years rainy season ends early.

"Is it chilly at night?"

Not normally.

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