Central African Republic Weather

Weather in Central African Republic

Obtain the weather forecast for the Central African Republic. The climate in the Central African Republic, a country south of the Sahara and north of the equator, is tropical, hot all year round, with a dry season in winter and a rainy season that lasts most of the year in the south and is limited to the summer months in the north. The weather and climate guide of the Central African Republic shows you the best time for a visit and the necessary clothing in the Central African Republic. Weather in Bangui, Central African Republic. Good weather for the Central African Republic:

Temperatures, rainfall, when to go, what to grab

The whole year round it' s warm, with a drought in winters and a wet spell that takes most of the year in the southern part and is restricted to the northern part. Floods can occur during the wetest periods, from July to September in central northern Germany and from May to October in southern Germany.

There is savannah cover in the land, and rainforest in much of the southern centre; in the far northern part there is a dryer area near the Sahel instead. High in the far northern hemisphere, the winters are chilly and sometimes a little chilly, while it is warm during the day: the highest temperature is 33/34°C, sometimes even higher.

From February, the temperatures rise, and the warmest season begins, in which the maximum values can surpass 40 °C (104 °F), until May. The second half of May is the beginning of rain and rain in connection with the African Monsoon, so that the temperatures drop but the air moisture level is increasing.

The good weather is back in October and the weather is rising again, with some warm weather but less than in early May. This is the mean of Birao, in the far northern part, at 450 meters above sealevel. The rainfall in the far northern hemisphere does not exceed 900 millimeters per year, and the wet seasons last only slightly longer than four month, from the end of May to the beginning of October.

This is the mean precipitation in Birao. Daily 0013710141414171251070 In the northern part the summer glows steadily in the arid time, while in the wet time the number of summer glows decreases slightly. The least sunshiny seasons are July and August. Hourly Solar 101099999877891010 Winters are even warmer in the north-central area, but then the hot springs are less pronounced because rain and clouds come before.

This is the mean temperature in Ndelé. In the northern central region, annual rains vary by 1,200/1,300 mm (47/51 in); the wet seasons are longer and last from May to October, with some downpours already at the end of March and in April. This is the mean rains in Ndelé. Even in central northern Germany the skies are often clear or mostly clear in winters, while in the wet seasons the skies are clouded more frequently and for longer periods.

Sonne (hours)99877655555689 In the northern part we find the Manovo-Gounda St. Floris National Parc, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, unfortunately endangered by illicit game. It is home to several wildlife such as elephant, leopard, cheetah, African blanket and the African rhinoceros, which was proclaimed to have died out in 2011.

This is where altitudes soften the weather, and in summers, at the peak of the wet seasons, the weather can be even cooler. These are the mean temperature of Bouar. on the bank of the Ubangi River, on the Congo Democratic Republic boundary and at 350 meters above sealevel (the country's low point).

Year-round, more even weather, but in winters the ambient is higher and during the days above 30°C (86°F). Warming can also be observed here between February and May, although it is less marked than in the middle of the northern hemisphere. These are the mean temp.

Drought is restricted to the three seasons of December to February, when there may still be onslaught. This is the mean rainfall. In Bangui the sunny weather is not very frequent even in the brief arid period, while in the wet period the skies are often overcast.

We have seen that the Central African Republic has higher levels of sunlight in winters than in summers and in the northern hemisphere than in the south: not only is the drought longer in the northern hemisphere, but it is also slightly warmer. In the southern hemisphere, not only is the wet seasons longer, but in winters the weather is not always shining, because cloudbanks are relatively high.

from December to February, the drought. The weather can be warm, especially at low altitude and in the center of northern direction. However, at nights it can sometimes be a little chilly in the northern part of the country. February is the month when the temperature starts to increase, so you can choose the time from December to January.

Winters: in the far northern part of the country, lightweight attire for the whole days, long and made of nature fibers (cotton or linen), turbans for the dry winds, a coat and a pullover for the evenings, comfortably wearing shoes or shoes. And in the sun and Bangui, lightweight attire, a lightweight sweat shirt for the evenings, a lightweight coat for every very cold night, shawl for the breeze full of dirt.

Summers: long and lightweight clothes made of nature (cotton or linen); sweatshirts, umbrellas or raincoats. You can also wear a lightweight coat for higher areas (Bouar, Bocaranga).

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