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The Dominican Republic has a tropical climate with warm temperatures and high humidity throughout the year. The average high temperatures range from the mid to upper 80s Fahrenheit (29-32 degrees Celsius), while lows generally stay in the mid to upper 70s Fahrenheit (24-26 degrees Celsius). The country experiences two seasons: a dry season from November to April and a wet season from May to October. During the wet season, there is more rainfall, occasional thunderstorms, and the possibility of hurricanes. The hurricane season typically runs from June to November, with the highest risk of storms from August to October. However, the country is located in the hurricane belt and can be affected by severe storms. Visitors should monitor weather reports and be prepared for potential disruptions during hurricane season. Overall, the Dominican Republic offers warm and sunny weather year-round, making it a popular destination for beach-goers, hikers, and other outdoor activities.

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