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Weather Forecast in Namibia

Dry climate, 300 days of sunshine in a year, hot days and cool nights. Slightly lower temperatures on the central plateau than in the rest of the country. This, in brief, is what the Namibian climate is like. You will probably only see blue sky. Two seasons can be distinguished. The rain season goes from October to April, it is also called the austral summer. Light rain in October and November is followed by heavier rain from January to April. But, here the rain is nothing like the monsoon! It generally rains early in the morning and in the evening. In this desert country, the precipitations reach, within six months, 50 mm on the coast, 400 mm in Windhoek and 700 mm in the North East. But as it is summertime, it is very hot, up to 40 C and even 50 C in the desert, in the day time. The air is very damp. From May to September, it is dry season or austral winter. The average temperatures vary from 25 C in the day time, to 0 C at night time. To sum up, the climate is more pleasant in winter. Average temperatures: in Windhoek, in February, a minimum of 16 C and a maximum of 29 C, in August, a minimum of 5 C and a maximum of 24 C. In Tsumeb (Etosha) in February, a minimum of 18 C and a maximum of 30 C, in August, a minimum
of 10 C and a maximum of 27 C.

Namibia: Seven-day weather forecast

Take a look at the seven-day weather forecast for the principal cities inNamibia. For each destination, Easyvoyage's weather tool gives you temperature and rainfall indicators, along with wind force and direction and sunrise/sunset times. Prepare your holidays using our weather forecasts or organise your activities thanks to the weather comfort index forNamibia. Whether you're getting ready to go or already on holiday, it's never been simpler to keep an eye on the weather than with Easyvoyage!

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