The climate tends to vary slightly across the islands because the Grenadines to the south are generally drier and warmer, in comparison to St Vincent.
In St Vincent the dry season runs approximately from January to May. Average daily high temperatures in January tend to be 29°C, whilst the nightly low is around 22°C. In the wettest month of July, the temperature averages 30°C at its highest, and 24°C at its nightly lowest, whilst the rain falls for an average of 26 days. Yet in April, the driest month it rains on average for only 6 days.
The most popular time to travel to the Grenadines is much like the rest of the Caribbean, from the middle of December to the middle of April/May, to take advantage of great temperatures and dry conditions.