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According to shoppingpicks, January in Togo is usually hot and humid, with temperatures averaging around 28 degrees Celsius during the day and 23 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall is rare during this month, with occasional showers occurring every now and then. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Togo than in January, but it still remains quite hot during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 33 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about 26 degrees Celsius. Rainfall continues to be rare throughout February, but there are days with occasional thunderstorms occurring every now and then. March sees a slight decrease in temperatures as well as more rain, with an average temperature of 29 degrees Celsius during the day and 22 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall increases significantly during this month making it feel much wetter than previous months despite higher temperatures. April marks the start of summer season in Togo with temperatures rising to around 32 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 27 degree Celsius at night on average. Thunderstorms become more common as rainfall increases significantly making it feel much warmer than previous months despite higher temperatures. Togo is located just above the equator on the Gulf of Guinea and has a tropical climate. The temperature is between 27 and 33°C all year round. The rainy season is long and runs from April to October. In the south on the coast it is dry for a month in August. The trade wind blows there from July to September. In the north, the Harmattan, a treacherous desert wind, blows in December and January. After the rainy season comes the warm period, which runs from November to May. Trips are best made in that dry period. Check businesscarriers for Togo Economics and Business.

Togo Geography and Population

Togo Geography Togo – Geography, Togo is a small country with a coastline facing the Gulf of Guinea at just 56 km. The low Togo and Atakora mountains divide the country into two. To the lake lies a coastal plain and low plateaus, towards NV lies a river plain and furthest to the north low… Read More »

Togo Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Togo’s GDP was estimated at 5.1% in 2019, with similar upward growth expected to follow in 2020. However, macroeconomic results in 2020 were significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The baseline economic growth forecast for 2020 was… Read More »

Togo Resorts and Attractions

Togo (the lands beyond the lagoons) is a state in West Africa. Common borders with Ghana – in the west, with Benin – in the east, with Burkina Faso – in the north. The area is 56800 km2. According to smb, the capital is Lome. The official language is French. Currency – CFA franc. Religion… Read More »

Togo Dictionary of History

Togo West African state, overlooking the Gulf of Guinea. Territory of limited size, inhabited by a majority Ewe to the S and ethnically more composite to the North (kabye, chokosi, bassare, konkomba, tamberma, fulani, hausa, etc.), the Togo is historically located between the powerful Akan states in the West – in particular the Asante –… Read More »

Togo State Overview

Togo. State of West Africa, its southern coast is washed by the Atlantic Ocean, in the Gulf of Guinea. This country is one of the world’s leading phosphate exporters. Lomé is the capital city of Togo according to babyinger. The territory of Togo forms a narrow strip limited to the west with Ghana, to the north with Burkina Faso and to the east with Benin. History The oldest residents of the… Read More »