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What Is The Climate In Kenya?

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The climate is hot and humid at the coast, temperature inland and very dry in the north and north east parts of the country. There climate is a tropical climate so its not to hot and not to cold .
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The temperature varies from region to region in Kenya. The two hottest months of the year are the months of February and March. On the other had, the months of July and August are the two coldest months of the year. The coastal region, which includes the city of Malindi, is largely humid and wet. Malindi receives an average rainfall of 1, 050 millimetres per year. The average temperature range in the southern summer from ranges between 21 degrees Centigrade and 32 degrees Centigrade in the month of January.

On the other hand, in the southern winter, the average temperature ranges between 20 degrees Centigrade and 29 degrees Centigrade in the month of July. On the other hand, the capital Nairobi (located in the temperate Kenyan highlands) receives an average rainfall of 790 millimetres per year. The average temperature range in the southern summer from ranges between 9 degrees Centigrade and 29 degrees Centigrade in the month of January. On the other hand, in the southern winter, the average temperature ranges between 7 degrees Centigrade and 26 degrees Centigrade in the month of July.
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Its hot there very hot
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Humid
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Well if I am being honest it is very sticky and sweaty due to all the heat and humidity, but still you can't stop and think that its better than the weather in northern chad.
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The climate in Kenya is best described as wonderfully magnificent, as long as the weather is on some sort of schedule.
The grass is a brighter green than Americans have ever seen, the sky a beautiful light blue.
When you look at the country's capital, Nairobi, the weather hardly matters, though. The city is polluted by its vehicles and is unpleasant to walk in, day or not.
Drive a couple of hours (if you're up to the challenge) away from the capital, and you are in perfect weather, rain or shine.
Go ahead and visit! Safaris in Kenya are swell.

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