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Cameroon Climate 2011
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Climatological Information
Month Mean Temperature oC Mean Total Rainfall (mm) Mean Number of Rain Days
Daily
Minimum
Daily
Maximum
Jan 19.6 29.6 19.0 3
Feb 20.3 31.0 42.8 4
Mar 20.3 30.4 124.9 12
Apr 20.3 29.6 171.3 14
May 20.2 28.8 199.3 17
Jun 19.9 27.7 157.1 14
Jul 19.9 26.5 74.2 11
Aug 19.3 26.5 113.7 12
Sep 19.3 27.5 232.3 20
Oct 19.2 27.8 293.6 23
Nov 19.6 28.1 94.3 11
Dec 19.5 28.5 18.6 3


The climate varies with terrain, from tropical along the coast to semiarid and hot in the north.

Exceedingly hot and humid, the coastal belt includes some of the wettest places on earth.

For example, Debundscha, at the base of Mt. Cameroon, has an average annual rainfall of 405 inches (10,287 mm).


NOTE: The information regarding Cameroon on this page is re-published from Wikipedia and World Meteorological Organization. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Cameroon Climate 2011 information contained here.



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