in Marsh Harbour
is a period of minor fluctuations when compared to the previous month. With spring well underway, temperatures continue to climb, but the city does not yield to extreme heat. Rainfall frequents less than in February
, making room for more sunlit hours. The longer daylight hours become more prominent, marking the transition towards the summer solstice. The sea waters retain their warmth, inviting eager tourists to make the most of their beach days.
Entering March, Marsh Harbour's average high-temperature reads a still moderately hot 25°C (77°F), indicating a close resemblance to the previous month's climate. Marsh Harbour temperatures generally rest at a low of 17°C (62.6°F) during the March nights.
In Marsh Harbour, in March, it is raining for 10 days, with typically 53mm (2.09") of accumulated precipitation. In Marsh Harbour, during the entire year, the rain falls for 175 days and collects up to 1106mm (43.54") of precipitation.
In March, the average sea temperature in Marsh Harbour is 23.3°C (73.9°F).Note
: When thinking about a swim in 23.3°C (73.9°F) waters, consider your cold tolerance, the day's sunshine, wind, and air temperature. It is a fun fact that Olympic swimmers dive into waters of 25°C (77°F) to 28°C (82.4°F).
In Marsh Harbour, The Bahamas
, the average length of the day in March is 12h and 1min.
On the first day of the month, sunrise is at 06:31 and sunset at 18:09 EST. On the last day of March, in Marsh Harbour, sunrise is at 06:59 and sunset at 19:25 EDT.Note
: On Sunday, 10. March 2024, at 02:00, Daylight Saving Time starts, and the time zone changes from EST to EDT. Daylight Saving Time lasts until Sunday, 03. November
2024, at 02:00; consequently, the time zone reverts from EDT to EST.
The average sunshine in March is 8h.
In Marsh Harbour, The Bahamas, the average daily maximum UV index in March is 9. A UV Index estimate of 8 to 10 represents a very high health vulnerability from exposure to the Sun's UV radiation for ordinary individuals.Note
: A daily high UV index of 9 in March leads to these guidelines:
Take important precautions because unprotected skin can burn and be harmed swiftly. Try to minimize direct Sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., the peak period for UV radiation. Also note that objects like parasols or canopies might not provide complete sun protection. Shield yourself from the harmful effects of UV radiation with sun-protective attire, a hat, and quality sunglasses. Always apply a 30 SPF or higher sunscreen if you plan on being in direct sunlight for long, especially if you burn quickly. Beware! The reflection of water and sand dramatically increases exposure to the UV rays.