Temperatures are high on the coast (30°) and mild on the central plateau all year round. The rains are high on the coast (2 000 to 2 500 mm per year) than on the plateau (1800 mm per year).
The coast (north of Guyana)
The coast has an equatorial climate with two rainy seasons and two dry seasons. The rains are higher in the northwest (2 500 mm per year) than in the northeast (2 000 mm per year). Humidity is very high at night (it drops during the daytime when the sea breeze blows).
First rainy season (April to August) and second rainy season (November to January)
Temperatures are constant (30°) and rainfall is abundant. Sunshine is low (four to five hours a day).
First dry season (September to October) and second dry season (February to March)
Temperatures are stable (30°) and rainfall is moderate. Sunshine is high (eight hours per day).
The central plateau
The plateau located in the center of Guyana has a temperate climate with a rainy season and a dry season. Rainfall is high (1800 mm per year).
Rainy season (May to August)
Temperatures are mild and rainfall is high.
Dry season (September to April)
Temperatures are mild and rainfall is low.
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