Equatorial Guinea WeatherWeather in Equatorial Guinea
Weather in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, all year round
The rainy period in Malabo is humid and covered, the arid period is heated and mostly overcast, and gloomy all year round. During the year, the typical annual temperatures vary between 73°F and 88°F, seldom below 70°F or above 90°F. The best period to come to Malabo for outdoor activity is from the end of November to the end of January.
Malabo's year round climate is so mild that it makes no sense to talk about warm and cool season. Mean maximum day (red line) and minimum day (blue line) with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 percent ribbons. Thin dashed line is the corresponding mean observed heat.
In the following illustration, a concise characterisation of the whole year of annual mean surface water usage is shown. It is the date of the year, the time of the year is the horizon of the year, and the colour is the mean price for that time. Mean hrs temp, colour encoded in bands: chilled < 15°F < freezed < 32°F < very chilled < 45°F < chilled < 55°F < chilled < 65°F < comfortably < 75°F < warmed < 85°F < heated < 95°F < stewed.
Lídice, Panama (6,097 leagues away) is the faraway strange place with the most similar temperature to Malabo (see comparison). Malabo's cloudy skies vary widely throughout the year. In Malabo, the clear part of the year starts around November 20 and will last 3 years.
By 30 December, the brightest date of the year, the skies are clear, mostly clear or partially overcast and, in 35% of cases, covered or very clear. April 27th, the cloudiest of the year, the skies are covered or 89% covered with clouds and 11% clear, mostly clear or partially covered with clouds.
Proportion of total elapsed cloudband period categorised by the percent of clear < 20% < mostly clear < 40% < partially cloudily < 60% < mostly cloudily < 80% < haze. Throughout the year, the chances of getting your day in Malabo very different.
The weather in Malabo is subject to severe fluctuations in precipitation. In Malabo it rains all year round. Most of the precipitation during the 31 era centred around August 18, with an statistic whole group of 11. 9-inch. Little rains fall around January 3, with an overall collection of 0. 6in. on the whole.
Mean precipitation (solid line) collected over a moving interval of 31 days, centred on the relevant date, with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90. Thin dashed line is the corresponding mean fluid equivalents of snow. In Malabo, the duration of the daily schedule does not change significantly during the year and ranges from 20 to 12 hour.
Summer in Malabo will not be respected in 2018. Contrary to the typical fluctuation between nights and days, the tendency is for the condensation point to alter more gradually, so that the temperatures can decrease at nights, while a sultry and humid full moon is followed by a sultry one. In Malabo, the relative air moisture perceptions, based on the rate of humid, gloomy or poor moisture conditions, do not fluctuate significantly during the year and remain within 1% of 99% throughout the year.
Proportion of the amount of time passed at different moisture-comforts grades categorised by the following factors: dehydration < 55°F < convenient < 60°F < humid < 65°F < humid < 70°F < depressing < 75°F < drought. In this section the mean value of the windvector (speed and direction) at a height of 10 metres above the floor is discussed.
Winds at a given place are strongly influenced by geographic conditions and other variables, and the current windspeed and heading varies more than the hoursly mean. Malabo's annual windspeed is strongly influenced by the season during the year. Zero month, from June 4 to October 4, with windspeeds averaging more than 7.8 mph.
Most windy is August 2nd, with an annual windspeed of 9.5 mph. During the quieter season it takes 8 years. Most quiet of the year is December 29th, with an annual mean windspeed of 6.2 mph.
Averages of the mean windspeeds per hour (dark grey line), with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 centilbands. Malabo's prevailing mean winds per hour come from the western part of the country all year round. Proportion of Hour in which the mean windspeed comes from each of the four main winds (North, East, S and W ), except when the mean windspeed is less than 1ph.
Málaga is situated near a large river (e.g. oceans, seas or large lakes). In this section, the mean shallow waters are reported. During the year, the mean tempera ature of the waters varies. Season with warm waters is 3 years.
Eight-month period, from 6 February to 30 May, with an mean annual body heat above 83°F. Hottest of the year is April 17th, with an 84°F mean annual temperatures. Season with colder waters is 2. 2 month, from 16 July to 21 September, with an mean annual summer temperatures below 80°F.
Coldest of the year is August 9th with an mean of 79°F. Diurnal mean diurnal watermarking ( "purple line"), with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 centils. In order to characterise how comfortable the weather in Malabo is all year round, we calculate two trip values.
This touristic evaluation favours clear, rainy weather with a temperature between 65°F and 80°F. On the basis of this result, the best time of the year to go to Malabo for general open-air touristic activity is from the end of June to the end of September and from mid-December to the beginning of January, with a record in the second half of August.
Tourist value (filled area) and its components: the value of climate (red line), the value of cloudiness (blue line) and the value of rainfall (green line). Swimming pools provide clear, rainy weather with 75°F to 90°F weather. On the basis of this result, the best season of the year to come to Malabo for warm weather activity is from the end of November to the end of January, with a record level in the last December workweek.
Strand/bathing value (filled area) and its components: value of water temperatures (red line), value of clouds (blue line) and value of rainfall (green line). Separate values for temperatures, clouds and overall rainfall are calculated for each lesson between 8:00 and 21:00 on each daily in the analytical time frame (1980 to 2016).
These values are summarized into a singular total number of points per hour, which is then aggregate into numbers of day, meand ged and flattened over all years in the time frame for each year. The cloudflood value is 10 for fully clear sky, which falls linear to 9 for mostly clear sky and 1 for completely cloudy sky.
The rainfall value is 10 for no rainfall, falls linear to 9 for lane rainfall and to 0.04in or more. The tourist price is 0 for felt values below 50°F, increases linear to 9 for 65°F, to 10 for 75°F, falls linear to 9 for 80°F and to 1 for 90°F or warmer.
We have a beach/pool temp readout of 0 for sensed temp below 65°F, rises linear to 9 for 75°F, 10 for 82°F, falls linear to 9 for 90°F and 1 for 100°F or warmer. Vegetation cycle definition varies worldwide, but for the purpose of this document we have defined it as the longest uninterrupted non-icing cycle ( 32°F) in the year (the northern hemisphere or from July 1 to June 30 in the southern hemisphere).
Malabo's year round weather is so mild that it is not very informative to talk about the vegetation period. However, as an example of the way in which the year' s average annual average annual average body heat is distributed, we have included the following graph. Proportion of cooling period in different ranges: cooling < 15°F < freeze < 32°F < very low < 45°F < low < low < 55°F < low < low < 65°F < pleasant < 75°F < high < 85°F < high < 95°F < glowing.
Increasing degrees day is a measurement of the annual storage of thermal energy used to forecast the evolution of plants and animals and is measured as the thermal integrity above a basic level, where surpluses above a peak level are discarded. During the year, the annual growth rate is 25 th to 75 th and 10 th to 90 th.
In this section, all the short-wave sunlight entering the earth's atmosphere every morning reaches the earth's crust over a large area, taking full consideration of seasons, the height of the sun above the horizontal plane and its absorbance by the sun's ultra-sound. Short-wave sunlight is required on avarage days throughout the year.
Lighter periods of the year last 1. 6 month, from 27 December to 15 February, with an annual short wave power of over 4. 2 kilowatt-hours per sqm. Lightest of the year is 20 January with an annual mean of 4.4 kilowatt-hours. There is a 1. 2 month darkening of the year, from 13 October to 19 November, with an annual short-wave power output per sq. metre below 3.5 kilowatth.
On October 30, the dimmest of the year is 3.3 kilowatt-hours on December 30. Averages the short-wave short-wave sun power per m² per night that reaches the floor (orange line), with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 percent band. The geographic co-ordinates of Malabo 3.
Malabo's 2 mile landscape contains significant differences in altitude, with a peak alteration of 505 ft and an mean altitude of 138 ft. Malabo is a 2 mile area with 42% irrigation and 23% arable land, 14% shrub and 11% grasslands, 62% and 25% tree cover within 10 mile and 88% mile.
Weather in Malabo, on the basis of a statistic study of historic weather data and models from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016. Two weather forecasting points are close enough to help estimate the Malabo climate and condensation point. Recordings for each ward are adjusted for the altitude differential between this ward and Malabo according to the International Standard Atmosphere and for the relocation of the MERRA-2 time series.
Malabo's estimate is calculated as a calculated weight of the contribution of each ward, the weight being in proportion to the inversion of the Malabo to a given ward range. International Airport Malabo (98%, 8 kilometres, west) and Douala Obs. The other weather information, which includes clouds, rainfall, wind velocity and orientation, and sun flow, is taken from NASA's MERRA-2 Modern-Era Retrospective Analysis.
The re-analysis will combine a multitude of large-area readings in a state-of-the-art worldwide weather forecasting tool to recreate the hours' weather histories around the globe on a 50-kilometer raster. The name, location and timezones of places and some airfields are taken from the GeoNames Geographical Database. Timezones for airfields and weather station are provided by AskGeo.com.
Meteorological information is susceptible to faults, failures and other faults. are ( (1) computer modelling, which may have model-based faults, (2) are roughly scanned on a 50 km raster and are therefore not able to recreate the microclimate fluctuations locally, and (3) have particular difficulties with the weather in some coastlines, especially small isles.
Please also note that our trip values are only as good as the underlying information, that weather at a particular place and at a particular point in times is unforeseeable and fluctuating, and that the values defined reflect a particular category of preference that may not match that of a particular readership.