When it comes to the weather in Nassau, there are some tendencies that are worth highlighting right off the start. July is the warmest month of the year on average, while February is usually the coolest. As far as rainfall is concerned, June is the wettest month and February the driest. Other things to consider include temperatures and the possibility of a hurricane moving in.
Summer: Summer is the warmest season in the Bahamas, and being that this is the Caribbean, that means that it can get quite hot, especially during the daylight hours. It can also get quite humid, though there are ways to beat the heat. Examples include hitting the beach, taking a dip in a hotel pool, or basking in the air conditioned environs of your hotel room or vacation rental. In general, the daytime highs during the summer hover in the high 80's and low 90's, while the lows are around 72 degrees. Also worth mentioning is the fact that summer is the wettest time of the year. Average rainfall per month is around seven inches, and it is typically afternoon storms that bring the rain.
Fall: Autumn, as is true of summer, is hurricane season in Nassau and the rest of the Bahamas. More specifically, the hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Thanks to modern technology, however, it is possible to notice hurricane threats well in advance. Also, hurricanes are relatively infrequent in the Bahamas, so it’s not as if they blow across the islands one after the next. As for temperatures and rainfall, the average highs in the fall are in the high 80's, while the average lows are around 72 degrees. September and October average approximately six inches of rain, while November is much drier and only gets around two inches of rain.
Winter: Winter is the peak season for Nassau travel. This has a lot to do with the fact that many winter visitors hail from the north and are looking to escape the cold. Generally speaking, the daytime highs during the winter fall somewhere between the 70 and 85-degree range, so winter visits to Nassau can certainly include plenty of beach time. The popularity of winter visits to Nassau also has something to do with the fact that this is the driest season. In fact, the winter months average two inches or less of rainfall.
Spring: The weather in Nassau Bahamas is quite idyllic during the spring season. Gone are the threats of hurricanes, and the rainfall totals are relatively low. Temperatures in the 70's and 80's are the norm, and the sun is often shining. This means plenty of opportunities to enjoy such activities as hanging out at the beach, golfing, and boating.