Banjul: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Banjul
The latest and today's weather in Banjul, Gambia updated regularly
|Temp feels like:||19°C (66°F)|
|Pressure:||29.89" (1012 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Latest Banjul Holiday Reviews
My nightmare in Banjul
The weather was good....
Our little hideaway
We have been visiting Gambia twice every year for the past three years. November & March are very hot and there's not ...
gambia is the place to go,my husband and i go twice a year.
We go to Gambia in November for a month and the weather is fantastic, there is not a cloud in the sky. The evenings are ...
Our holiday in the Gambia
What can you say about the weather apart from brilliant. My wife and I have been going to the Gambia for the last 9 yea...
What a great place (paradise)
The weather was really good. Hot,hot,hot but with virtually no humidity. Every day was really hot, the evenings do get ...
Our holiday in Banjul
The weather in Banjul was absolutely beautiful every single day, all you need is thin cotton clothes, but in the evening...
Historic Temperatures for 24th February in Banjul
|Average High||33°C (91°F)|
|Record High||39°C (102°F) (2016)|
|Average Low||18°C (64°F)|
|Record Low||2°C (36°F) (1999)|
Weather Overview for Banjul
DRY SEASON: November – May
The rain recedes as dry weather is blown in
from the northeast. It is actually slightly hotter than the wet season but
lower humidity makes the heat much more bearable and allows for greater cooling
at night. The average high temperature fluctuates around the low 30s; night
time lows fall to 18°C in December and to a low of 17°C in January
before creeping back up again, staying just under 20°C till May. Rainfall is
almost non-existent and the entire country, and a large part of
best time to visit
WET SEASON: June - October
rains are carried in by southwest winds. The overwhelming majority of the
annual rainfall occurs in this season. The strength of the rains vary each year,
as does their arrival time. It usually starts to fall in late June and gets
steadily heavier till rainfall peaks in August and September. Rain falls in
intense downpours; the sudden and dramatic increase in rain often sees
can still enjoy plenty of sunshine in the wet season as the rain mostly falls
in spectacular evening thunderstorms. Many still decide to holiday in the wet
season as there is plenty of good sunny beach weather in the day and the rains
are often more refreshing and exciting than inconvenient. The sea temperature
rises during this season to a bathwater-like 28°C. This should still feel
refreshing against the air temperature that simmers a few degrees above. If you
think you can handle the heat then wet season is not something to avoid. Many
agree that this is when the