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Climate in Zaire
(Angola)

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures


All climatic diagrams on this site result from the collected data from two measuring weather stations in Zaire.
All data correspond to the average monthly values of the last 20 years.


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Zaire is one of the warmest region in Angola with an average daily high temperature of 30 degrees centigrade. It is yearlong warm or hot. Days with heavy rain and large amounts of precipitation are in August.
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Rainy days per monthRainy days per month in Zaire
A rainy day is a day on which at least an amount of 0.1 mm precipitation (=0.1 liter) per square meter falls. This can be rain, snow, hail or even dew. So it does not have to rain the whole day. With 14 rainy days, December offers the most number of rainy days, and in September the least.
Precipitation in mm/dayPrecipitation in Zaire
The amount of precipitation is measured in millimeters per square meter. Thus, at two mm/day, two liters of water fall on one square meter within 24 hours. With only 0.0 mm, the least rain falls in July. December, on the other hand, has the most rain.
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Map of Zaire

Most important cities in the region »Zaire«


CityPopulationGeo position
Soio67,4916° 8' 6"S12° 22' 8"E
Mbanza Congo24,2206° 16' 1"S14° 14' 24"E
Nzeto18,3527° 13' 52"S12° 51' 60"E


Data basis: German Weather Service, individual values averaged and supplemented by own elements. Data on cities and inhabitants: geonames.org, United Nations Statistics Division and own research.
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