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Tunisia Climate 2011
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Climatological Information for Tunis-Carthage
Month Mean Temperature oC Mean Total Precipitation (mm)
Daily
Minimum
Daily
Maximum
Jan 7.2 15.7 59.3
Feb 7.4 16.5 57.0
Mar 8.3 18.1 47.2
Apr 10.4 20.7 38.0
May 13.7 24.9 22.6
Jun 17.3 29.0 10.4
Jul 20.0 32.6 3.1
Aug 20.8 32.7 7.1
Sep 19.0 29.7 32.5
Oct 15.5 25.2 65.5
Nov 11.3 20.5 56.0
Dec 8.2 16.7 66.8


Tunisia's climate is temperate in the north, with mild rainy winters and hot, dry summers.

The south of the country is desert. The terrain in the north is mountainous, which, moving south, gives way to a hot, dry central plain.

The south is semiarid, and merges into the Sahara. A series of salt lakes, known as chotts or shatts, lie in an east-west line at the northern edge of the Sahara, extending from the Gulf of Gabes into Algeria.

The lowest point is Shatt al Gharsah, at 17 metres (56 ft) below sea level and the highest is Jebel ech Chambi, at 1,544 metres (5,066 ft).


NOTE: The information regarding Tunisia on this page is re-published from Wikipedia and World Meteorological Organization.



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