The month with the highest number of rainy days is August (30 days). The month with the least rainy days is February (18.5 days).
What is the yearly rainfall in Venezuela?
Average yearly rainfall amounts in the lowlands and plains range from a semiarid 430 millimeters in the western part of the Caribbean coastal areas to around 1,000 millimeters in the Orinoco Delta.
In which month does the most rainfall occur?
Most rainfall occurs between May and November; this moisture is enough to sustain lush forests and other vegetation for the rest of the mainly dry year. December to March are the driest months, when days with precipitation are rare.
Does Venezuela have a rainy season?
Venezuela’s rainy season runs from May to December. During this period, there is the possibility of flooding in certain low-lying areas, such as the Llanos and in some valleys of the Andes.
Does Venezuela ever get cold?
The coldest part in the country are located in the highest areas of the Cordillera de Mérida, where temperatures lower than −2 °C (28 °F) are recorded.
Which country rains most?
|Rank||Country||Average precipitation (mm in depth per year)|
|2||São Tomé and Príncipe||3,200|
|3||Papua New Guinea||3,142|
What month is wet season?
Using temperature and rainfall as bases, the climate of the country can be divided into two major seasons: (1) the rainy season, from June to November; and (2) the dry season, from December to May.
Which month is very cold?
It is very hot in summer (April – July) and cold in winter (December – January).
|Month||December to January|
|Av. Temp (Min-Max)||5o to 25o|
|Clothing||Woolen & Body Warmers|