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When is the best season to go to Bujumbura in Burundi? These are some yearly weather datasets we have gathered from our historic climatic data: The Bujumbura region has droughts in June, July and August. The hottest months on general terms are September. July is on averages the coldest months. The humidest months is April.
You should avoid this months if you don't like too much rains. The dryest months are July. Are these climatic circumstances suitable for the time when you want to travel to Bujumbura in Burundi (and so we get a provision and can keep this website free for everyone)?
See the weather forecasts and our mean climatic information (by months in graphs) below for more information. Dates from the next weather station: Bujumbura, Burundi (0.0 km). Be free and use this embedded encoding to include the above graphic on your website. Be free and use this embedded encoding to include the above graphic on your website.
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Temperatures, rainfall, when to go, what to package
The temperatures vary according to height, while there are only minor variations in the season. A large part of the land is covered by a plain at an elevation of about 1,500/1,800 meters, but in the western part there is also a lower area, about 800 meters, as well as a mountain area.
Temperatures begin to increase from mid-August and the highest levels for the year are registered in September and October, but at the same times rainfall in the shape of rain or thunderstorms begins and slowly decreases by 22/25°C (72/77°F) on the plains and 27/28°C (81/82°F) in the west plains, returning to the levels of the year.
Excluding the three arid seasons, whose shore is 770m. It soothes the weather especially at nights, keeps the temperatures a little higher and provides some humidity, but also provides a pleasant breeze during the daytime.
In Bujumbura, 835 mm (33 in) of precipitation per year occurs, with a maximum in April and May when precipitation levels reach or exceed 90 mm (3.5 in) per months, and a minimal from June to August when rainfalls are uncommon and occasional. In the west, the height also drops at the Congo frontier, where the river Rusizi runs and where it can be very warm between September and March, with summits around 35 °C (95 °F).
where the height is over 2,000 meters (6,500 feet). Kibira National Park occupies the northerly part, while further southwards we find Mount Heha, which at 2,684 meters is the highest summit in the state. These are the mean temperature of Rwegura at 2,300 meters aboveseas.
The solar radiation in Burundi is good in the drought, especially in June and July, while it is only tolerable from November to April. This is the sunny hour in Bujumbura. However, in this time of year it can sometimes be chilly or even chilly, with temperature around 12°C (54°F) in Bujumbura and even below on the table.
Winters (June to August): in Bujumbura, on Lake Tanganyika and in the Western lowlands: lightweight clothing, a sweat-shirt and a lightweight coat, a lightweight muffler. On the platform and in the mountain, spring/autumn clothing, daylight, sweaters and hot jackets for the evenings, coneflower, hiking boots.
For the remainder of the year: in Bujumbura, on Lake Tanganyika and in the lowland of the western world, lightweight attire, a lightweight sweat-shirt for the evenings, a lightweight raincover or canopy. On the platform and in the hills, spring/autumn wear, prepared to take off the outside coat during the afternoon, coat, raincoat for the evenings; coneflower, hikinga.