Sorry Libby, nobody knows ......... we get our info from weather underground and the aches in our bones. Neither of which seems to be all that great at forcasting two weeks out.
Storms can be location specific - meaning that it can rain hard in one place and not rain at all 5 miles away. "Usually" our rains come in squalls that clear quickly. We can go from rain to sun in a blink. October and November are the times when we can have non-stop gray skies for a few days running. My "guess" is that you will see some sun in a week of time here --- we'd order it by the bucketfull for you if we could.
The good news is that it won't be unbearably hot, nor will it be particularly cold, and there will be good company because if it's a mess out there we'll all be going stir crazy together.
Today looks like an all-day soaker - more like an all-day sinker if you're a boat.
Yesterday was gray and wet on and off, but I managed to get out for a walk along the beach and saw bone-fish absolutely swarming - a fly-fisherman would have had an orgasm.
While marveling at the bone-fish I met a man who felt it was the perfect day to walk 6 miles to town because it was not blistering hot.
Then we soaked in the hot-tub in a soft cool rain and it was sooooooo great!
Just pack a rain jacket, rubber sandals, and a sense of humour.
If you don't get to do the usual tropical-sunshine bit, do the tropical-making-new-friends bit - it's a lot of fun and provides lasting benefits!