Detailed Climate Data and Charts for Luanda, Angola
Climate overview for Angola
The Angolan climate is comprised of two seasons. A rainy and hot season from September to April and a cold and dry season from May to August. The Angolan climate is also influenced by it's 3 main geographical features, the Atlantic coastal area, the inland cental highland areas and steppes and the arid desert region to the south of the country.
Along the coastline, there is a high degree of precipitation decreasing from North to South and an annual average temperatures are placed over 23ºC. The central zone can be characterized as follows. The north has a high degree of rainfall and high temperatures compared to the central highland which has a dry season and an annual average temperature of around 19ºC. The south of the country can be intensively cold and dry due to its longitudinal proximity to the Namib and Kalahari deserts and also the influence of the tropical wind.
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Angola Climate Guide - Data, Charts and Statistics