Guyana Weather to experience cloudy skies with scattered showers

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Guyana Weather: The people of Regions 7 to 10 can expect cloudy skies with scattered showers and intermittent can throughout the day. It is to be noted that isolated thundershowers are also likely to occur over these areas.

Notably, cloudy spells with isolated showers are expected to be experienced over the coastal areas during the morning hours.

Moreover, fair and sunny skies are likely to continue from mid-morning to afternoon over these areas.

It is to be noted there is an expectation of partly cloudy skies during the morning hours in inland areas along regions 1 to 4 and Southern Region 6.

However, the conditions are forecasted to worsen from the afternoon hours as there is an expectation of cloudy skies accompanied by scattered showers or thunderstorms.

Rainfall is expected to span between 0.0 and 3.0 mm, with the highest expectation of showers in Region 7.

Winds: Winds are forecasted to remain gentle to moderate and easterly breeze.

Temperature: In the coastal regions, the temperature remains to be 30 to 32 degrees Celsius, and the remaining regions will have 32 to 34 degrees Celsius.

General weather details in December

December’s weather remains generally warm. Average temperatures in this month span from 23 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius, sustaining a comfortable warmth which is consistent throughout the year.

One can expect a maximum temperature of 29 degrees Celsius during the day in the shade, with an average of 6 hours of sunshine per day in Guyana.

December sees the prolongation of the minor rainy season that began in November but with a gradual decrease in rainfall as the month progresses.

The beginning of this month usually experiences precipitation levels similar to those of November, which could exceed 200mm.

Major cities like New Amsterdam, Linden and Georgetown may experience a decline in rainfall.

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