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TEMPERATURE & RAINFALL

Managua Granada
  Avg.
High (F°)
Avg.
Low (F°)
Avg.
Precip
Jan 85 69 2
Feb 87 70 1
Mar 88 70 1
Apr 90 71 2
May 90 71 52
Jun 87 70 77
Jul 85 69 57
Aug 87 70 59
Sep 85 69 83
Oct 88 70 78
Nov 84 68 21
Dec 85 69 4
 
  Avg.
High (F°)
Avg.
Low (F°)
Avg.
Precip
Jan 80 64 5
Feb 82 66 4
Mar 84 68 2
Apr 86 69 7
May 86 69 80
Jun 82 66 73
Jul 82 66 56
Aug 82 66 68
Sep 82 66 90
Oct 82 66 94
Nov 82 66 33
Dec 80 64 11

Nicaragua’s proximity to the Equator causes the country to experience only two distinguishable seasons: the dry (late November to May) and the rainy (June to October). As well, the amount of daylight during the year varies only a maximum of 50 minutes.

The Tropical Dry Zone covers the Pacific coastlands and the areas around the lakes, where Managua and Granada are located. Temperatures here average between 77ºF (25ºC) and 86ºF (30ºC). Annual precipitation is from 27 ½ inches (700 mm) in the dryer areas to 59 inches (1,500 mm) in wet zones.

In other parts of the country, temperatures can fall below 68ºF (20ºC) and rise above 90ºF (32ºC). Precipitation can be as much as 200 inches (5000 mm) in the south-eastern part of the country.

Source: The American Nicaraguan School, Managua, 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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