Havana's climate is strongly influenced by the closeness of the sea. That is why the mean annual temperature ranges barely between 24 and 26° C (75 and 79° F), while average annual rainfall ranges between 1200 and 1400 mm (47 and 55 in). Relative humidity, at 7 am gets close to the national average of most northern coastal territories (85-90 %).
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