Abidjan Côte D'Ivoire Weather

Lisa Bryant, who lives in the Ivorian coastal town of Grand Bassam, takes an in-depth look at how an African country, the Ivory Coast, is facing global warming. Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire) is located on the Atlantic coast of Africa, in the southern part of the African continent.

The climate of the Ivory Coast is generally warm and humid, ranging from more equatorial on the south coast to tropical in the middle and semi-arid in the far north. The climate is tropical, with high humidity and high water vapour, as well as high temperatures and humidity.

In the western part of the coast, rain is more frequent and the sunshine is less than in Abidjan, but not particularly high. In the south, summer rainfall decreases from early June to mid-August, while in the north, rainfall peaks in July and September. The fall in summer is not so marked, but there is an increase in rainfall from late August to early September, with a peak in rainfall in early October.

Although the sky is often cloudy in summer, the sun shines in winter and the sky is brighter and brighter than in Abidjan, but not as bright as in other parts of Ivory Coast. The sky is brighter in winter and darker in spring and autumn than in summer and winter.

The length of the day in Abidjan varies considerably, ranging from 25 minutes to 12 hours, but overall January is the best month for the whole country. December is rainy, while February is very hot inland. The clearest part of the year for Abidjan starts on June 21 and lasts 7.6 months, until February 10.

The best weather is in the summer months from June to September, when the maximum temperature is between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius. The temperature can feel hot in the humidity, but is highest when there is a high humidity of at least 70% and a low humidity of less than 20%.

January in Ivory Coast, the weather is almost perfect: rain is plentiful, although the sky is often cloudy. However, only parts of the area are affected, such as the towns of Korhogo and Ferkessedougou.

The northern Ivory Coast is tropical and subtropical biomaterial, savannah and bushland Biome. The forest in eastern Guinea stretches from the Sassandra River to the east of Ghana, while the lowland forests of West Guinea extend from Liberia and southeastern Guinea to the west.

The hottest day of the year is February 16, with an average high of 89F and a low of 77F. The hottest month in Ivory Coast, from January to February, is Bebe with an average high of 92 degrees F (-78C) and the coldest month, February to March, has an average temperature of -2.5 degrees F (-1.8 degrees F).

The average maximum temperature in Ivory Coast from January to February is 31.7 to 89.06 degrees, and the average lowest temperature from February to March is -1.8 degrees C. The average temperature for the same period from March to April is 34.3 to 93.74 degrees Celsius, 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (0.2 degrees Celsius) below the national average of -3.1 degrees Celsius (2.6 degrees Celsius). This is the second hottest month of the year, from October to November, with an average hot day of 89F and a low of 77F The most recent peak in the last 12 months was 31.3 (88.34), which was the third warmest month in Ivory Coast's history after January and February. It is one of only two months with a temperature of more than 90 ° C in recent years.

The average maximum temperature for the same period from March to April is between 35.3 and 95.54 degrees Celsius, 0.2 degrees below the national average of -3.1 degrees Celsius (2.6 degrees Celsius). -1.8 degrees C. C., London. This is the second hottest month of the year, from October to November, with an average hot day of 89F and a low of 77F The average minimum temperature in Ivory Coast from January to February is 34.7 to 96.44 degrees, and it is one of only two months in the last 12 months with a temperature of over 90 degrees Celsius in recent years.

This is the second hottest month of the year, from October to November, with an average hot day of 89F and a low of 77F, and it is one of only two months in the last 12 months with a temperature of over 90C in recent years. The average minimum temperature for the same period from March to April is 33.5 to 92.4 degrees, 0.2 degrees below the national average of -3.1 degrees C. C., London, London. It is 30.9 to 87.62, is 29.8 to 85.64, was 29 - 8.85, 64.7 to 91.6, was 30 - 9.87, 62.3 to 93.0, was 33 - 5.91, 4.11 to 95.05, was 33 + 5, 91 + 4, was 31 - 3.01, 92 + 3, 93 + 2, 97 + 1, 98 + 0, 99 + 7, 95 + 6, 100 + 8, 102 + 9, 101 + 10, 104 + 11, 105 + 12, 111 + 13, 110 + 14, 112 + 16, 115 + 18, 120 + 17, 121 + 20, 130 + 22, 140 + 23, 150 + 25, 160 + 21, 200 + 24, 190 + 30, 250 + 35, 300 + 40, 500 + 45, 400 + 50, etc.

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