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Monthly climate diagnostic bulletin for June 2017

Highlights

  • The precipitation for the month of June, 2017showed above to well above average precipitation over southern Sahel, Gulf of Guinea countries, eastern Congo, CAR, northern DRC and western Sudan.

  • Below to well below average precipitation was however observed over Gabon, Ethiopia, Uganda, western Kenya and northern Tanzania. Elsewhere over the continent near average precipitation prevailed.
  • Seasonal precipitation in percentage of average (April-May-June 2017), showed above to well above average precipitation over Gulf of Guinea countries, Chad, CAR, Congo, DRC, central Sudan, southern Tanzania, northern Angola, Mozambique and Madagascar.Below to well below average precipitation was however observed over Gabon, Kenya and Somalia.
  • Positive temperature anomalies in June 2017 greater than 2°C were observed over Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa with peaks of more 3°C over Morocco and Namibia.
  • Seasonal temperature anomalies greater than or equal to 2°C were observed in April-May-June 2017 over Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania and Namibia.
  • Near to below average precipitation is very likely over north-eastern DRC, south easternmost part of CAR, much of South-Sudan and Ethiopia, southern Eritrea, western Somalia, northern Kenya and Uganda from July to September 2017
  • During July to September 2017, near to above average precipitation is expected over southern Cameroon, southwestern CAR, northwestern DRC and northern Congo
  • Above average precipitation is expected over southern Mauritania, much of northern Senegal, Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Burkina Faso, northern Guinea, southern Mali, northernmost part of Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria, southern Chad, northernmost part of Cameroon and CAR during July to September 2017.
  • From July to September 2017, near to above average temperature is very likely over most parts of North Africa, northern Mauritania, Mali, Sudan, much of Niger and Chad, Namibia and South Africa, Angola Mozambique and Botswana.
  • Over Central parts of north Africa (eastern Algeria, southern Libya), extreme northern Niger and Chad, above average temperature is very likely during July to September 2017.
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