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Climate in Ouaka
(Central Africa)

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures


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


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Ouaka is one of the coldest regions in the Central African Republic with an average daily high temperature of only 32 degrees. It is warm or hot yearlong.
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Rain days per month
A rain day is a day on which at least 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 19 rain days, September offers the most rain days, while December has the fewest.
Precipitation amount in mm/day
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 0.2 mm, the least amount of rain falls in December. August, on the other hand, has the most rain.
Map of Ouaka

Most important cities in the region »Ouaka«

Only very small villages are located here. The two biggest are Bambari and Ippy.

CityPopulationGeo position
Bambari32,5475° 46' 5"N20° 40' 32"E
Ippy16,5716° 16' 5"N21° 13' 29"E
Kouango7,5294° 59' 36"N19° 57' 43"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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