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According to shoppingpicks, January in South Sudan is usually cool and dry with temperatures ranging from 64°F (18°C) to 86°F (30°C). Rainfall is rare during this time of year, although dust storms are common. February brings slightly warmer temperatures, usually ranging from 68 °F (20 °C) to 90 °F (32 °C). March marks the beginning of spring in South Sudan and temperatures begin to rise, usually ranging from 72 °F (22 °C) to 94 °F (34 °C). April brings even warmer weather with temperatures reaching up to 98° F(37° C). May sees an increase in temperature with an average of 102° F(39° C), although nights can still be quite cool. June marks the beginning of summer in South Sudan and temperatures can reach up to 109° F(43° C). Rainfall starts to pick up during this time as thunderstorms become more frequent. July and August are typically the hottest months of summer with average highs reaching up to 113º F(45º C). Rainfall continues throughout these months and thunderstorms remain common. September brings cooler weather once again with average highs around 107º F(42º C). October sees a significant drop in temperature as winter approaches, averaging around 96º F(36º C). November is typically warm and damp with temperatures rarely going below 88º F(31º C). December has average highs of 91º F(33º C), making it one of the warmest months of the year in South Sudan. South Sudan has a dry period from late November to early March. It is then hot during the day with maxima usually between 35 and 40 degrees. At night it cools down to about 20 degrees. It is very wet from May to October. Nevertheless, it still gets 30 to 34 degrees daily and because of the higher humidity it is often more unpleasant than during the hotter winter months.

South Sudan Geography and Population

Geography South Sudan has borders to the north to Sudan, to the east to Ethiopia, to the southeast to Uganda and Kenya, to the southwest to the Democratic Republic of Congo and finally to the west to the Central African Republic. Along the border with Uganda, the Imatong Mountains run with the country’s highest point,… Read More »

South Sudan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data Obtaining any economic indicators is proving difficult due to low data collection capacity, non-existent data on mutual trade with Sudan, one of the main trading partners, and the dominance of the informal sector. According to IMF estimates, the GDP of… Read More »

South Sudan History

Demography and economic geography. – Central-eastern African state. The country is the youngest state in Africa, formed on 9 July 2011 following the 2005 peace accords between the government of Sudan and the People’s Liberation Movement of Sudan (SPLM) and the referendum for self-determination (January 2011), in which 98% of the population (8,260,490 residents, at… Read More »

South Sudan Overview

South Sudan, officially English Republic of South Sudan, German Republic of South Sudan, state in Northeast Africa, with (2019) 11.1 million residents; The capital is Juba. Country facts Official name: Republic of South Sudan License plate: SSD ISO-3166: SS, SSD (728) Currency: 1 South Sudanese pound = 100 piasters Area: 644 330 km² Population (2019):… Read More »