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According to shoppingpicks, January in Libya is characterized by mild temperatures, ranging from 15-20°C during the day and dropping to 10-15°C at night. Humidity levels remain low, usually around 40%, and rainfall is rare on some days. February also sees a slight increase in temperature to 17-22°C during the day and 12-17°C at night, with humidity remaining around 40%. Rainfall is still rare but thunderstorms become more frequent as the month progresses. March sees a further increase in temperature to 20-25°C during the day and 15-20°C at night, with humidity remaining around 40%. April marks the start of spring in Libya and temperatures rise significantly, reaching 25-30°C by the end of the month. Rainfall becomes more common during this time as well as occasional thunderstorms. May sees temperatures rising further to 30-35°C during the day and 20-25°C at night, with humidity levels remaining low at around 45%. June continues this trend with temperatures reaching 35-40°C during the day and 25-30°C at night, although thunderstorms become more common as summer approaches. Libya is one of the largest countries in Africa. It is located in the north of the continent. About 90% of the country consists of desert (Sahara). The climate is therefore: dry and hot. Only the Mediterranean Sea receives enough rain to allow plant growth. In the winter it is even pleasantly cool in the capital Tripoli. Libya is best to visit from November to March. The rest of the year it is around 40°C in the desert. At night it is very cold. Check areacodesexplorer for Libya History.

Libya Geography and Population

Libya – geography The country can be divided geographically into four zones: Jabal Nafusa (mountains) and Jafaras plain, both to the west in Tripolitania, the mountains Jabal al-Akhdar to the east in Cyrenaica and finally the Sahara plateau with the desert to the south, Fezzan. Jafara forms the fertile northwest corner of the country with… Read More »