According to allcitycodes, Cuba is an island located in the Caribbean Sea, bordered by the Bahamas to the north and Jamaica to the west. It has a tropical climate with two distinct seasons; a dry season from November to April and a wet season from May to October. Average temperatures range from 25-32°C (77-90°F) during both seasons; however, temperatures can reach up to 40°C (104°F) during summer months. The coldest months are January and February when temperatures can drop as low as 15°C (59°F). Rainfall is higher during the wet season with an average of around 1,400 millimeters (55 inches) per year; however some areas can receive up to 2,500 millimeters (98.4 inches). Cuba is also prone to a range of natural hazards including hurricanes, floods, landslides, mudslides, avalanches, earthquakes, droughts, and fires. These events can cause significant damage to infrastructure and loss of life when they occur; for example in 2019 Hurricane Dorian caused extensive flooding across Cuba leading to several deaths. In addition to natural hazards, Cuba is also vulnerable to extreme weather events such as storms which can cause significant damage if they reach the country’s shores. It is important for people living in Cuba to be prepared for these events by having an emergency plan in place and stocking up on essential supplies such as food and water before any storm arrives. Check eningbo for Cuba in 2012.