Havana Weather for July 30 – Aug. 5

Isolated showers in the afternoons, TS Isaias in the radar

By Yanet Díaz

HAVANA TIMES – As tropical storm Isaias approaches the center-west of the island, the probability of rain in the capital will continue to increase. Meanwhile, the days will be partly cloudy in the morning and some isolated showers in the capital are likely from noon on.

The winds will range between 15 and 30 km/h and will be predominantly from the east. We will continue with high humidity, due to a very humid flow at medium levels. High temperatures will be around 32° C (90 F) and the lows at 23 and 24° C (73 and 75 F). The sea surface temperature will be 29° C (84 F).

Meteorological conditions:
Tropical Storm Isaias advances over the Caribbean. Its estimated pressure is 1003 hPa and it currently has sustained winds of 97 km/h. The storm is moving swiftly northwest at 30 km/h. Isaias will continue with a similar intensity as it interacts with Hispaniola on Thursday-Friday and then moves north of eastern Cuba, and although it is not expected to develop further, the rain and associated winds can affect many regions of the country.

In the North Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, the probability of tropical cyclone formation will remain high for the next 5 days, around 90%.

Weekly forecast, valid from Wednesday, July 29

Thursday, July 30, max 32° C (90 F) min 24° C (75 F)
Isolated showers

Friday July 31, max 32° C (90 F) min 23° C (73 F)
Partly cloudy

Saturday August 1, max 32° C (90 F) min 23° C (73 F)
Isolated showers

Sunday August 2, max 90° F (32° C) 73 F (23° C) min
Showers

Monday, August 3, max 32° C (90 F) min 23° C (73 F)
Partly cloudy

Tuesday, August 4, max 32° C (90 F) min 23° C (73 F)
Showers

Wednesday August 5, max 32° C (90 F) min 23° C (73 F)
Partly cloudy

8 thoughts on “Havana Weather for July 30 – Aug. 5

  • Buenos dias…quisiera saber si para enero el aeropuerto de cayo coco va estar listo y alguna novedad de los hoteles ya que viajo en esa fecha mis pasajes ya los tenemos pero aun nos falta los hoteles y queriamos estar seguro…nuestro destinos son cayo coco…guillermo y holguin …desde ya muchas gracias y fuerza Cuba les amamos

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  • we are coming for the first time april 19-26, what is the typical weather for this period…i am concerned it will be the rainy season.

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    • April is usually a quite dry month. The first rains usually being in May.

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    • You should be fine. I too am going at the beginning of April and have generally found the weather to be hot with only an occasional rain shower – although quite rare. I have been in late February and some of the nights were cool enough to warrant a light jacket, that’s why I now go in April. Eleven time visitor here!

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  • I’m originally from Havana, Cuba. My name is Idelfonso Hernandez Izquierdo. I was born in Maternidad Obrera on January 23rd, 1963. My Mom Luisa Maria Izquierdo Poey still lives in La Lisa, Versalles with my two Sisters Laura and Lupe. Lupe still works at Frank Pais Orthopedic Hospital. I put my name as Dale Jefferson Lewis-clark because soon enough that will be my adopted name since I will go for the American citizenship exam this July the 19th, 2019.
    I found my New Home in America but I will never forget where I came from.
    Cuba is distant now geographically speaking but I keep it in my Heart.
    By the way, I live in Las Vegas, Nevada. Part of the West Coast or Pacific Coast time in America.
    Thanks!

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  • I, as well was born at Maternidad Obrera. I am a couple of years older than you, my birthdate is August 11, 1958, however, Cuba lives in me. Cuba is in my heart, blood, mind, body and soul. I have lived in the great United States of America since 1960, when my parents, as have many, fled their Homeland in search of freedom from the oppression of the Castro Revolution. I too am eternally grateful to this great country and it has been my home since I was 18 months of age, and have been a naturalized American citizen since the age of 14. I have reached many personal and professional goals which would have been unobtainable had my parents not had the vision to emigrate. However, I did not adopt another name. My question to you is: Is there a reason for you changing you name to an entirely Anglo one, thereby giving up any semblance of your Afro-Cuban roots? You may choose to refrain from responding if my question is an invasion of your privacy, however “curiosity killed the cat,” and although I am not a cat, by no means, I am simply curious. I bid you a beautiful life in Nevada.

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  • Everyone here in Canada are like oooooh you are going to Cuba! Everyone loves Cuba as do I. My daughter married a Cuban man and has a daughter with him. I have lived in Cuba for a month and I will say that it opened my eyes. Opened them to how Cuban people live and survive. It’s not easy and not only do you have to put up with power outages in the middle of dinner or all morning or evening long,but water and gas and cooking oil are basic essentials. Yet so hard to find sometimes. To go without water for days or weeks, makes you appreciate our country even more. I have so many friends and my immediate family there. I look up to Cubans and how they survive. I pray that one day Cubans won’t have to survive. I love Cuba and plan many more trips there in the future. The resorts are different than rental at a hostel and hostels are just cheaper. I would recommend a hostel to see the great people and the application of the country.

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  • I first visit Cuba November 2018 and again November 2019 I fell in love with the island and the people immediately my heart went out to the Cuban people who unfortunately don’t have the privileges we take for granted. Many more trips to Cuba will follow, to me it feels like home. I did not stay in hotel I stayed in a private bed and breakfast where I got to meet the real Cuban people and experience for first-time how they live. My suitcases are full of things they need and also food for the homeless animals.

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