If you are wondering when Spring will finally arrive and are tired of cold and snow and short days, think of the British Virgin Islands, 75 degrees in the evening as this is written, under clear skies with a light wind.
The territory experiences a sub-tropical climate with a diurnal temperature range of 77-85 degrees F (25-29 degrees C). As a result of its position in the North East Trade Winds belt, temperature usually drops 10 degress F (6 degrees C) at night. The Trade Winds blow at a constant speed for most of the year, except during the hurricane season from June to September, when the territory is exposed to tropical storm force winds of up to 100 miles per hour (161 km per hour) or greater. clocking sustained winds of over 100 mph (161 km/hr). Rainfall averages 40 inches (102cm) per year along with the coastal areas reaching over 70 inches (178 cm) in the mountainous area. The wettest months are from September to December with February to April, the driest.
Resource: Virgin Islands tourism information
Here’s a good weather site for the BVI: Leverick Bay