Monrovia Climate & Weather
Monrovia Climate and Weather
Monrovia has a tropical climate, which means that it is hot and humid year-round and gets plenty of rain. Temperatures generally range between 68°F (20°C) and 89°F (32°C) year-round. The humidity makes it seem hotter than it is, but there is an almost constant breeze along the coast, which is refreshing. The year can be divided into a wet and a dry season: between late April and mid-November it is hot, wet and cloudy, with frequent heavy rain showers; and between December and March it is dry with hot days and cool nights. Monrovia is one of Africa's wettest capital cities, with annual rainfall averaging about 202 inches (5,130mm), but rain seldom falls outside of the wet season. The best time to visit Liberia is in the dry season, between December and April. This time of the year is characterised by the hot, sandy, harmattan wind, which blows in from the Sahara Desert, but this is seldom very disruptive for travellers.
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