Nouakchott Mauritania Weather

Weather forecast for Nouakchott, N.M. on Wednesday, November 2, 2017 from 7: 30 a.m. to 8: 00 p.m. local time (UTC + 1).

The average water temperature in Nouakchott reaches 19ºC in winter in spring and 25ºC (77ºF) in summer. In autumn, the average temperature is 26 degrees Celsius, in autumn, a maximum of 21.1 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperatures 15.9 degrees Celsius. (60.4 degrees). The warmest time of the year is generally during the summer months, when the peak is around 101. 2º E (38.5 ° F), with temperatures rarely dropping below 79.0 - 26.6 ° F (29.7 ° F) at night. The average water temperature in Nouaksott in January is 18.3 degrees A (64 ° C). 9degree) In January, water temperatures average 19 degrees Celsius (66 ° C) in winter. January average temperatures for the rest of the winter months in New Mexico are 18 - 3 degrees (65 - 65 degrees).

The windiest day of the year is considered a light breeze and starts on May 14, the quietest day in years is September 16.

The windiest day of the year in years is September 16 with an average wind speed of 35 km / h and a wind gust of 50 km / h.

The windiest day of the year in years is September 16 with an average wind speed of 35 km / h and a wind gust of 50 km / h.

The data are derived from the Nouadhibou and Nouakchott Synoptic Weather Stations, which are managed by the National Weather Service (ONM). The data recorded at the weather station of the same name in northern and eastern Mauritania will be re-evaluated for the period from 1 January 2010 to 31 October 2014.

If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Nouakchott, the hottest months are September and October, then August, and if you are looking for dry weather, then it is February, March and then April. At both stations, the annual rainfall figures show that the most common form of rainfall during the year is rain alone, with the breakdown based on the number of days with at least 1,000 mm of rain per year. There is a major and significant discrepancy in the specific Saharawi climate: if you look at the data from the Nouadhibou Synoptic Weather Stations for the period from 1 January 2010 to 31 October 2014, for example in terms of average annual rainfall, these hot months would be September, October and August if we visited NouackchOTT at a "very warm" time.

The heat has already increased in February and it has rained since the beginning of September, but there is no rainfall, so it will remain dry for 28 days in the month of Nouakchott. The summer monsoon is also more intense, with more days with at least 1,000 mm of rain than normal. June is the warmest month in terms of average annual rainfall at the Nouadhibou Synoptic Weather Stations. The probability of rain in June, July, August, September and October is very high, and the probability of rain in early September is high.

August is the warmest month of the year at the Synoptic weather stations of Nouadhibou. In the month of Nouakchott it will remain dry for 29 days and it may be as warm as November, but in the months of Mauritania it will be 30 days drier. August is one of the driest months of the year, with an average of 1,000 mm of rain per month and a high probability of 2,500 mm or more in September, October and November. October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October will all be wetter than it could be in November and July and will be dried for 26 days in Nouagadougou, and 31 days or less in October. November will also be the hottest month on record for Noua, the second hottest year on the planet. January and February will be both hot and drier than August and September.

The best time to travel is between December and mid-February, and the sun shines and it almost never rains. Winter is hot in the far south and daytime temperatures exceed 30 degrees in December or January. On 7 October 2019, there is an urgent travel warning and regional advice in Mauritania: avoid travelling to Nouakchott, Nouagadougou or other parts of the country from October to February. Temperatures are hot in the south, but the far south is the hottest winter.

The climate is mild, influenced by the ITCZ, which drives the monsoon, and the heat is tempered by the sea breeze along the coast. The northernmost part is also affected by cool ocean currents, but the climate of northeastern Mauritania, from Nouakchott to Nouagadougou, is not as affected.

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