Record temperature November 2022
Tunisia is close to a record… that’s right!
The month of November 2022 in Tunisia is highlighted by the increase in heat in most of the regions, approximately 1.5 degrees higher than the reference average. According to data from the National Institute of Meteorology, it was the third warmest November since 1950. After the “arid” month of October, very low rainfall was recorded in November, down 30% compared to the average.
In this period (we mean November), in general, the maximum daily temperatures drop by 5 degrees, going from 24 °C to 19 °C, hardly below 15 or above 28.
As for the daily minimums, the latter drop by 4 degrees, going from 15 °C to 10 °C, hardly below 7 or above 18.
Out of curiosity, on the hottest day of the year, i.e. August 5, the thermal conditions in Tunis generally range from 23 to 34 degrees, while on the coldest day of the year, January 20, they range from 8 to 16 degrees.
The image above depicts the average hourly temperatures for the quarter recorded in November. The horizontal axis shows the day, the vertical axis the time of day, while the color represents the average temperature for that time of day.
In the same period, in Tunis the cloudiness remained almost unchanged, the sky closed or mostly cloudy.
November 30 is the sunniest day of the month, with sunny or mostly sunny weather, but also the shortest day of the month, with 9 hours and 51 minutes of daylight.
Just before however, October 26 is the cloudiest day of the year, with the possibility of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions, while July 26 is the clearest day of the year, the probability of clear or mostly clear skies is by 96%.
In Tunis, the chance of a wet day over the course of November is essentially constant around 17%.
In November, in Tunis, the length of the day is decreasing. From the first to the thirty, the length of the day decreases by 49 minutes.
Curious note: Daylight saving time will not be observed in Tunis in 2023.
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