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Benin Weather Climate

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Benin climatological map. Vector map. This map shows the two regions in which Benin screenings according to their climatic characteristics. It also shows two graphs where you can see the temperature rainfall during a year in two distinct areas, corresponding to the coast (Cotonou) and interior (Natitingou).

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Climatological map of Benin. Vector map. Benin's climate is hot and humid. Annual rainfall in the coastal area averages 1,360 mm, not particularly high for coastal West Africa. Benin has two rainy and two dry seasons. In Cotonou, the average maximum temperature is 31 °C; the minimum is 24 °C. Variations in temperature increase when moving north through a savanna and plateau toward the Sahel. A dry wind from the Sahara called the harmattan blows from December to March. Annual rainfall in the coastal area averages 1300 mm has two rainy and two dry seasons per year. The principal rainy season is from April to late July, with a shorter less intense rainy period from late September to November.