Port Harcourt Nigeria Weather
Here is the latest weather forecast for Port Harcourt, Abuja, the capital city in the center of the country. Below we have published the top rated universities in Nigeria for 2020, and here is a look at the top 10 universities in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
During the year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 71 and 87 degrees Celsius, but rarely exceeds 64 degrees Celsius or 90 degrees Celsius and rarely drops below 85 degrees Celsius. The warmest time of the year is usually in early to mid-January, where highs are regularly reached.
The length of a day in Port Harcourt varies considerably, but it remains between 24 minutes and 12 hours. The clearest part of the year in Portland begins on November 21 and lasts 2.8 months and ends on February 13.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Port Harcourt, the hottest months are January, February and then March. The least humid day of the year is January 17, with 75% of the time being muggy. If you are looking for dry weather, it is December, January and February. The chance of rain is good in early September, but not much more so in late September and early October.
The best time to visit Nigeria is January and February, the driest and sunniest months of the year. Based on the results on the beach and in the pool, the best times to visit Port Harcourt are early December and late January, based on our results. The best months to visit Port Harcourt are the end of November and the beginning of January, based on our beach and pool score.
While the weather is similar in February, inland, due to the distance to the sea, there are more and more very hot days. In February the temperature in the interior increases, and in March and May it becomes scorching, when temperatures can easily reach 40 degrees.
In Port Harcourt, the rainy season is warm and cloudy, and the dry season is hot and mostly cloudy. This kind of hot, dry weather is found in the south - east of Calabar, where it still rains, but not as much as in CalABar. The north and west of the city is oppressive all year round, with strong winds, heavy rain and very hot temperatures.
The area is less temperate than tourist destinations worldwide, especially in the summer months. According to this figure, the best time to visit Port Harcourt in terms of weather conditions is between the end of November and the end of January.
The sky is bright and bright blue, with a high cloud cover over Port Harcourt. The sky is bright, clear and with high clouds over the city and the surrounding area.
In the south-eastern rain region, there was no decrease in rainfall in July and August, but humidity remained high in the south due to the influence of the sea. Precipitation totaled 1,200 mm (47%) over the course of the year, including May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March and April. Hot and dry conditions have returned, with rainfall remaining below 400mm for 16 months.
In May, the average temperature in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, was 27.2 ° C and the probability of rain was 237.0%. This season of warm water lasted 3.5 months, with daily highs between 90 and 4 degrees. In May, the average temperature was 29.4 ° C (which feels very pleasant given the humidity and wind).
Every day, different types of precipitation were observed, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow fell on the same day. The rainfall charts are useful if you are planning a trip to Port Harcourt, Nigeria or any other part of the world. Note that in tropical climates such as Malaysia and Indonesia, the number of precipitation days can be overestimated by a factor of 2. Because of this classification, rain was the most common form of rain this year alone, with a 1.5% probability.
To describe how pleasant the weather in Port Harcourt was this year, two travel values were calculated. The perceived temperature was matched with humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold a day felt in person.
This shows the temperature difference between Port Harcourt and the rest of the country in terms of humidity, wind chill and temperature.
The simulated weather data have a spatial resolution of about 30 km and were derived from the global NEMS weather model with a resolution of about 30 km, but cannot be reproduced. The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, is 10% precipitation and falls linearly. Wind experienced in a particular place is a function of wind speed and direction, not of a particular weather event or system. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than hourly averages, so the data cannot reflect the difference between the hourly average and the daily average for the same period.