What is the overall climate: is it extremely hot or cold, wet or dry, at any time of year, for example?

Equatorial tropics. There are technically two rainy seasons (May – July and November -January), during which the rains are heavier, but the year-round forecast is essentially 90 degrees with a chance of rain, and lots of humidity. - Aug 2019

Hot with periods of rain followed by hot. - Sep 2016

There are two rainy seasons and two dry seasons- the weather is predictable for the most part; even in the rainy seasons, it doesn't rain all day. The locals say the weather pattern is changing and the rainy seasons are less predictable. - Apr 2014

The climate is, for the most part, very predictable. The high every day is 88 to 90F. The lows are 75 to 78F. The only change is whether or not it rains. There are two rainy seasons; however, that does not mean it rains all day long during those seasons. The main rainy season is in the winter. The other is late spring to early summer. There are roughly 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night/darkness each day. - Nov 2013

Two seasons, dry and rainy. Flooding is an issue and is a concern with some of the housing. - May 2012

Warm and hot, always humid. Georgetown is right on the ocean so there is always a breeze. Weather is hot and humid most of the time and "dips down" into the 80s at night. - Mar 2012

Two seasons, dry and rainy. The rainy seasons can lead to flooding in certain parts of town. The last major flood was in 2005 and some steps have been taken to improve the drainage, but the infrastructure is poor. - Feb 2012

Always pleasant, though hot from about 10am to 3pm. There are a couple of rainy seasons that cool the air a bit. - Feb 2010

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