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|Weather Condition in Africa|
The climatic weather that surpass Africa is due to the location on the African continent in relation to the Equator affects each region's climate.
The desert regions north of the Equator are known for their extremely high temperatures and dry conditions.
The remainder of the continent also has high temperatures throughout the year but elevation heights and the ocean currents along the southeastern and southwestern coasts influence them.
Nearer the Equator there is more rainfall as well as a very rainy season. Further from the Equator, the climate will be drier and hotter during the dry season. Therefore, each country's location - north, on/near or south of the Equator will have the greatest influence on its climate.
This in turn directly affects plant life, wildlife, human population and the economy of the region.
Africa hardly experience Snowfall except on the mountains in the southern part of Africa and then down north, which is windy during the rainy season.
weather forecast is what keep the Africa man up on his feet to watchout for stormy and rainy days, so to plan ahead for next season farming, which they are mainly known for.