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Puerto Rico Weather

Puerto Rico's Information

Flag of Puerto Rico
Land Area 8,870 km2
Water Area 4,921 km2
Total Area 13,791km2
Population 3,578,056 (#132)
Population Density 403.39/km2
Government Type Presidential Democracy; A Self-governing Commonwealth In Political Association With The US
GDP (PPP) $131.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $37,700
Currency Dollar (USD)
Largest Cities
Climate:
In the lowland areas, Puerto Rico averages a daily high of 80 °F (26.7 °C) throughout the year. In the central mountains, high temperatures of 70 °F (21.1 °C) are the norm. There is very little seasonal variations.

Puerto Rico has a rainy season which stretches from April into November, and the heaviest rainfall occurs in the central mountains.

Most travelers prefer the winter months as the days are sunny, yet not as humid and hot as mid-summer when temps near 90°F are common. The hurricane season runs from June to mid-November, but there are plenty of reliable warning for travelers.

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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

Puerto Rico Trivia

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English and Spanish are the two most widely spoken languages in Puerto Rico. Over 95% of the population speaks Spanish.

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What is the Capital of Puerto Rico?

San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico.

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Which Continent is Puerto Rico In?

Puerto Rico is found in the Caribbean Region of North America.

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