The weather in Cuba
Located in the tropics, Cuba presents an enviable stability in its climate.
Like the entire Caribbean, trade winds predominate in Cuba, which provide temperature stability throughout the year. In the months of November to March and coming from the north, a certain instability arrives in Cuba as a result of the cold fronts that cross the United States and arrive, predominantly, on the north coast of Cuba, this brings with it a certain drop in temperatures that is short duration, 3 to 4 days, to later recover quickly.
Due to its geographical location, Cuba is in the zone of influence of tropical storms and hurricanes, whose season extends from the first of June to November 30, with the months with the highest probability of these phenomena being between September and November.
Undoubtedly it is always a good time to visit Cuba, but the months of April, May, June, July, August, September and October in my opinion and especially for Spanish, French, Italian, as well as South American tourism, since they better support the heat are the best months, for Nordic or Canadian tourism the months of November to April would be the most appropriate as Cuba has a milder temperature