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St. John USVI in July

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Long range planning here - we are thinking of a family trip to St John USVI in early July 2014.
A couple questions -
Flights, are they cheaper in the off season? I'm not seeing it when I check now for this July, but it's getting pretty close.
Weather - from what I read July is not a heavy rain month, although it is in the official hurricane season. It looks like it rains less in July than in April on average. Hotter though. Is the heat really bad in July?
Rentals are about 1/2 the winter rates. Any other saving in the off season? Car rentals?
Are restaurants still open? We'll be staying on the Coral Bay side of st john. Is skinny legs open all summer? Shipwreck landing, or the Concordia restaurant?
What kind of things are going on for carnival on st john in early July? Looks like big parades on July 4th.
Thanks!

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