Brilliant Tortola weather offers relief to sun-deprived visitors year-round - a constant barrage of warm sun, pleasant breezes, and unceasingly blue skies. Because the British Virgin Islands lie within twenty degrees of the equator, Tortola weather is considered tropical; there are no discernable winter or summer seasons within the spectrum of Tortola weather, just continuous pleasant conditions from January to December. Summer temperatures reach into the high 80s and low 90s, while 'winter' sees averages in the low 80s.
Though Tortola weather rarely becomes stifling, gentle trade winds fan the island (especially along the coast) and can cut into the effect of humidity. Those seeking cooler Tortola weather also have the option of heading inland, where higher altitudes and shady groves produce temperatures a few degrees lower than in town. Tortola weather tends to be wetter in the fall, but showers don't usually last long before the sun starts peeking out from behind the clouds again. Experienced travelers familiar with Tortola weather know that you don't even need to run for cover once rain drops start to fall; waiting it out a few minutes on a beach chair offers a refreshing respite, then Tortola weather returns to normal in no time.
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