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Climate in Benin : Benin has a tropical climate with three climatic zones. (1.) The northern zone which has two seasons the wet season from July to September and the dry season which is hot with very low humidity. (2.) The central zone which has two wet seasons, a long one between March and June and a short one between October and mid November as well as a long dry season between November and March. (3.) The coastal zone to the south which has a steady temperature with rainfall occurring throughout the year especially during the Guinean Monsoon between May to October. The prevailing wind is the Saharan Harmattan, a hot dry dust laden wind that blows from the northeast and occurs between December to March. Average annual precipitation varies between 960 mm (38 inches) in the north and 1,340 mm (53 inches) in the south. Average annual temperature ranges in Cotonou are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) in August to 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit) in May.
Coastline: 121 km
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