The average weather in South Africa in November
South Africa in November is experiencing low temperatures as 14°C and high of 22°C. You can expect rain for roughly half of the month of November in South Africa. They are expecting roughly 8 to 15 days of rain, so your rubber boots and umbrella are going to see plenty of use this month if you’re keen on staying dry.
Budgie smugglers might not be required 😹😹😹
Temperature: Morning fog patches over the escarpment, otherwise cloudy to partly cloudy and cool to warm with isolated showers and thundershowers
Temperature: Partly cloudy and warm with isolated showers and thundershowers in the east.
Temperature: Partly cloudy and warm with isolated to scattered showers and thundershowers in the east and along Lesotho border where it will be cool.
Temperature: Partly cloudy in the south at first where it will be cool, otherwise fine and warm but hot in the north.
Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate southwesterly becoming southerly in the afternoon.
Temperature: Cloudy to partly cloudy and cool with isolated morning showers over the eastern parts of south coast, but fine and warm over Cape Metro and West Coast.
Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh south-easterly, but strong to Gale force along the west and south-west coast.
The expected UVB Sunburn Index: Extreme.
The Western half – Temperature: Cloudy and cool with isolated showers and rain but scattered along the coast and adjacent interior.
The Western half – Wind: The wind along the coast will be Moderate to fresh south-westerly.
The Eastern half – Temperature: Cloudy and cold but cool along the coast with scattered showers and rain but widespread along the coast.
The Eastern half – Wind: The wind along the coast will be Moderate to fresh south-westerly.
Temperature: Morning fog over the interior, otherwise cloudy and cool to warm. Isolated showers and thundershowers are expected but scattered in the south.
Wind: The wind along the coast will be Moderate to fresh north-easterly north of Richards Bay in the morning, otherwise fresh to strong southerly to south-westerly.
Hope this helps 👍
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whats the weather in in the Caribbean early jan please in your expert eye
and more import how you doing
The Caribbean in January offers ideal weather for a winter beach vacation. You can expect warm and dry weather throughout the islands.
January is the coolest month of the year for most of the Caribbean. That’s not saying much, because temperatures there vary so little from season to season. Daytime highs are typically comfortably hot, while the nights remain warm. With winter settled in, temperatures across the region follow a gradient from north to south. The coolest weather is in the north, the Bahamas, while the hottest days are on the southernmost island of Trinidad. Ocean temperatures in January range on average from 77 degrees Fahrenheit around the Bahamas and Puerto Rico to 79 °F around islands farther south.
The Caribbean’s dry season begins in January. This normally is the driest month of the year for Kingston, Jamaica and Nassau. Generally speaking, you can expect January temperatures in the Caribbean to average a low of about 72 degrees Fahrenheit and a high of about 82 degrees, but beach weather is not guaranteed since the Caribbean receives an average of 11 days of rain per month and temperatures can be a bit on the cool side. Ultimately, it’s more reasonable to expect sunshine and warm weather than sweltering days where you’ll need a dip in the ocean to cool off, especially on islands like Bermuda that are in the Atlantic Ocean instead of in the Caribbean Sea.
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bobcat top stuff very informative as always and thank you
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What about Iceland bob, all booked for just after Xmas 🙂
@GM, I’ve been keeping an eye on it and it’s looking likely to get heavy snow storms within the next couple of weeks. I will have a look into it and let you know. 😺👍
PS Are you sure it not the supermarket you’re booked in to 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣
The climate in Iceland in january is very bad across the board.
Snowfall and overcast skies are what characterize the climate throughout January in Iceland. It is cold and the sun only appears for four hours! However, southern Iceland is favored when compared to the northern countries because it is possible to benefit from cloud thinnings.
JANUARY IN REYKJAVIK AND SOUTH-WESTERN ICELAND
The first weeks of the month provide a mild climate and one can indeed have some sun during the hours of its appearance. Then the climatic conditions deteriorate and one will have snow in mid-January. Towards the end of the month, expect fine rains that still favor the feeling of freshness.
JANUARY IN AKUREYRI AND NORTHERN ICELAND
With temperatures down to around -5° C, the atmosphere in the Akureyri region is frosty – the weather in Iceland throughout January is sullen: snowfall rivals the frequency of fog. Thus, the wearing of warm clothes is of great importance to feel comfortable.
The current forecast for January is cold and wet …. I’ll have another look next week 👍
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😂😂 Im more of a M&S or tesco guy
Cheers bob 👍….. Ive not told the wife and kids about the sulphur eggy smell on the tap water yet, smell worse after having a shower 😂
@GM, there could be complaints they can still smell sulphur eggy on them when they get home 😹😹😹.
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You’ll have to let me know how that goes GM as it’s.on our list.
Bob, I’ve woken up to a blanket of.snow this morning!
@stu-c, wow a blanket of snow, fortunately it will not last. Any chance of some pics?