Kano Nigeria Weather
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If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Kano, the hottest months are May, April and June, and if you are looking for dry weather, then January, October and then December. Be prepared for Mutum (Minas Gerais, Brazil) - read the forecast 10 days in advance and quote it for Nigeria's plateau.
The warmest time of the year is generally May-June, with a peak of 38.5 degrees, with temperatures rarely dropping below 81.7 degrees. The city is less hot in the winter months, with an average temperature of 37.8 degrees Celsius in January and February and a record low of 68.2 degrees Celsius. (34.1 degrees Celsius) on July 1.
The weather is similar in February, but the humidity increases in the interior. In summer, when the monsoon arrives, the temperature drops, and in March and May it gets scorching hot, when temperatures can easily reach 40 degrees. The hot days are beginning to become more frequent inland due to the distance from the sea. From March to May, temperatures are rising rapidly and getting hot: on 1 July, the maximum reached 38.5 degrees Celsius, on 2 July a record low of 68.2 degrees.
This kind of hot and dry weather is found in the south - east of the country, as seen in Calabar, but there is a difference between the north - west and the east where it still rains. It rained in mid-August and the temperatures felt hot given the humidity.
The dew point was 24 degrees Celsius (1 degree Celsius) and the daily maximum values were between 94 degrees Celsius (34.4 degrees Celsius) and 87.6 degrees Celsius. Winter will be hot, but with warmer temperatures later in the month, highs will be in the mid-20s to mid-30s, which will feel very comfortable given the humidity and wind.
Here is a map of Kano in the north - east of Nigeria, north of the capital Lagos. The coordinates of longitude and latitude are given in 10s, and you can also find the distance to the nearest airport and the location of the local government districts. The distance and directions are also shown on a Google map labelled "Kano, Kola, Ogun, Kaduna, Borno, Yobe, Katsina, Kwara, Benin, Gwoza" or "Direction of travel for the state of Kwano."
During the wet and dry seasons, daytime temperatures range from 26 to 30 degrees, and during the wet and dry seasons from -26 to -30 degrees. The wettest month is August (72.8%), and the least humid months are October (-1.5%) and February (0.2%).
The data displayed are calculated relative to Kano, which peaks in April, and the perceived temperature is matched with humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold a day feels in person. A reading of 41.9 in January means that it is very hot for tourists in October, but not so hot in February and March. The climate in Nigeria is far from moving south, the climate in the north of the country varies from year to year.
The sun shines in Kano all year round, but the hours of sunshine decrease somewhat in summer due to the monsoon. Monsoon rains arrive at the end of March, while temperatures start to drop in April.
The best time to travel is the rainy season, when the sky is often cloudy. The sun shines all year round, although January and February are the driest and sunniest months of the year. In summer, hot and dry conditions return, while the humidity in the south remains high under the influence of the sea. It is warm enough to swim all year round - although you have to watch the current.
During the year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 57 and 100 degrees Celsius and rarely between 52 and 105 degrees Celsius. The company publishes a national directory of companies and governments that illustrates the country's diversity and dynamism, and best summarizes it in Abuja, the capital city located in the center of the country. Here is a list of restaurants near Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana, as well as some of the most popular restaurants in Nigeria.