Water and sea temperature in Saint George (25th October 2020)
The average sea temperature for Saint George today is 30°C
Average water/sea temperatures this week for Saint George
What wetsuit thickness is needed for Saint George?
The water temperature in Saint George is already quite pleasant. You might want to consider wearing a rash guard/rash vest if you are going to be exposed to the sun for a long time.
Please note: These are general guidelines based on today's average water temperature of 30°C in Saint George. If there are strong winds, cold air temperatures, you are engaging in activities with less movement or you get cold easily, you may want to consider a thicker wetsuit. consider a thicker wetsuit.
Information about our water / sea temperature data for Saint George
Our measurements for the water temperature in Saint George, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are provided by the daily sea surface temperature (SST) satellite readings from NOAA.
Please be aware that our water temperatures are based on open water averages. Actual sea surface water temperatures close to the shore at Saint George can vary by several degrees.
Weather patterns that can increase variation in water temperatures
Heavy rains, locations near river mouths and long periods of strong offshore winds can cause variations in ocean temperatures. Offshore winds cause the colder deep water to replace the surface water which has been warmed by the sun.
Whilst sea temperatures for Saint George are as accurate as current data allows, there may be slight local and regional variations depending on conditions and variations in sea depth.