Climate in Angola
The country is located in the equatorial tropical region, its climate being tempered by sea and altitude. In the northern half of the central plateau there are humid tropical conditions and in the high regions of the south, a dry tropical climate prevails. On the northern part of the coastal plain it is humid and temperate, while the center and the southern part are affected by the relatively cool Benguela current.
In the interior highlands, the rainy season lasts from November to April followed by a cool dry season from May to October. Rainfall is high in the north and in the central highlands (average 1,250-1,750 mm) and decreases rapidly along the coastal plan (average 250-1000 mm). South of Benguela the average is less than 100 mm a year.