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According to shoppingpicks, April in Cameroon is the start of the wet season. Temperatures range from an average high of 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 22 degrees Celsius (72 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall increases significantly to an average of 50 mm (2 in) a month, and thunderstorms become more common. May continues to be warm and wet, with temperatures ranging between 25-17°C (77-63°F). Rainfall increases to an average of 100 mm (4 in), while thunderstorms occur more frequently. June is still warm and wet, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 26 degrees Celsius (79 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 16 degrees Celsius (61 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall continues to be heavy at 150 mm (6 in), and thunderstorms remain common. Cameroon is located in West Africa, just above the equator on the Gulf of Bonny. Most of the country has a tropical climate: humid and temperatures fluctuating between 25 and 30°C. The dry season roughly runs from November to February. Most precipitation falls on the coast. Deeper into the country it becomes less humid. Especially if you go to the north, which borders on the desert country of Chad. The climate there is Savannah-like with greater temperature fluctuations. In March and April, for example, it can reach 40°C. Check a2zgov for Cameroon government and politics.

Cameroon Geography and Population

Cameroon – Geography Cameroon – geography, Cameroon extends over 1200 km from north to south, and there are over 200 ethnic groups from the rainforest belt in the south, which is mainly characterized by Bantu people, to the Sahel belt in the north, populated by, among other things. fulani. The population is growing by approximately… Read More »

Cameroon Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data The potential of the Cameroonian economy remains untapped. The country is rich in a number of minerals, but their resources are still waiting to be exploited (the mining industry is still underdeveloped). In January 2010, the Cameroon government adopted a… Read More »

Cameroon History

German protectorate since 1884, the Cameroon was occupied during the First World War by France and England. In 1960 the French Cameroon gained independence (Republic of Cameroon), under the leadership of the moderate Union camerounaise (UC), whose leader, A. Ahidjo, was elected president of the Republic. In the British Cameroon, which had been united with… Read More »

Cameroon History

Cameroon. West central African state located between Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea. In Cameroon, three very different regions are distinguished: the littoral plain, the central plateau with the Adamaua massif to the north, and the north, which includes the Lake Chad basin and the Sahel. Along the coast, the Cameroon massif rises isolated (4,070 m). The coasts are generally low, except in the south, where they… Read More »