Most who travel to Cuba, especially those from northern climates, find the island nation to be in a state of everlasting summer. The country averages over 300 sunny days a year. Cuba averages 70°F (21°C) in the "winter" and 84°F (29°C) in the "summer."
May to October is considered rainy season and the rest of the year is considered dry season. The island is prone to sporadic rain showers no matter the time of year and hurricane season lasts from June to November, peaking in September. The mostly consistent, warm weather, however, is what has kept tourists coming back to the island nation year after year.