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St. Kitts and Nevis, a tropical island in the Caribbean, experiences a warm and humid climate throughout the year. Its climate is characterized by high temperatures and humidity, remaining warm and rainy year-round. During the cool, dry season (from January to mid-April), the northeast trade winds blow steadily, bringing moderate temperatures. This period is relatively cooler and drier. In contrast, the hot, humid, and rainy season (from mid-June to mid-November) sees irregular northeast winds, leading to sultriness and frequent downpours that contribute to the lush vegetation.

In terms of temperature, Basseterre (the capital of Saint Kitts) experiences an average daily temperature of around 25.5 degrees Celcius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) in January and February. The hottest period occurs from June to October, with average temperatures around 28 degrees Celcius (82 degrees Fahrenheit). Annual rainfall in Basseterre is approximately 1,200 millimeters (47 inches). The rainiest period extends from July to November, with precipitation exceeding 100 mm per month. Conversely, the driest period occurs from February to April, with rainfall below 60 mm per month.

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