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Somalia Climate

Somalia Climate differs from semi-arid to arid type that differs from place to place. Although Somalia Climate is characterized by four distinct seasons, the overall weather conditions throughout the year remains hot and dry.


Dry Seasons in Somalia
There are two specific dry seasons in Somalia Climate, which are known as Jiilaal and Hagaa. The average temperature of Somalia remains in between 30°C to 40°C, which is quite high. However, the temperature in the highlands and in the plateus is lower compared to the plain lands. Places, which are situated on the north of Somalia experiences the hottest months. On the contrary, the southern part of Somalia remains comparatively cold, with the temperature falling to 20°C.

Rainy Season of Somalia
There are two distinct rainy seasons in Somalia Climate, which are known as Gu and Dayr. Gu begins in the month of April and continues till the end of July. On the other hand, Dayr commences on the month of October and lasts till November. However, Somalia receives most of its rainfall in between April and July and the vegetation of Somalia also becomes rich and dense during these months.

Thus, it can be concluded that Somalia Climate is an important determinant of the Somalia life.


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