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Santiago

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La Romana

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Sosua

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Bani

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Mao

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Bavaro

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Azua

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Nagua

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El Seibo

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Barahona

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Bonao

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La Vega

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Cotui

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Weather forecast in Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic longterm forecast

The country is a tropical, maritime nation. Conditions are ameliorated in many areas by elevation and by the northeast trade winds, which blow steadily from the Atlantic all year long. The annual mean temperature is 25 C (77 F); regional mean temperatures range from 18 C (64.4 F) in the heart of the Cordillera Central (Constanza) to as high as 27 C (80.6 F) in arid regions. Temperatures rarely rise above 32 C (89.6 F), and freezing temperatures only occur in winter in the highest mountains. The average temperature in Santo Domingo in January is 24 C (75.2 F), and 27 C (80.6 F) in July.

The rain season for the northern coast is from November to January. For the rest of the country, the rain season is from May to November. The average annual rainfall is 1,346 mm (53.0 in), with extremes of 2,500 mm (98.4 in) or more in the mountainous northeast (the windward side of the island) and 500 mm (19.7 in) in the southwestern valleys. The western valleys, along the Haitian border, remain relatively dry, with less than 760 mm (29.9 in) of annual precipitation, due to the rain shadow effect caused by the central and northern mountain ranges. The northwestern and southeastern extremes of the country are also arid.

The Dominican Republic is occasionally damaged by tropical storms and hurricanes, which originate in the mid-Atlantic and southeastern Caribbean from June until November (mainly from August to October) each year.

source: wikipedia / Dominican Republic weather