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Tataouine is located in the North African country of Tunisia. Due to the countryâs unusual shape along the coast, it borders the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Algeria to the west and Libya to the east. The country is known for its abundant beaches, sunshine and inexpensive, laid back lifestyle. There are many abandoned settlements surrounding Tataouine, featuring unground caves that block out the heat during the hottest days of summer. Tunisia has many different types of terrain. There are areas of high mountains in the north, dry plains in the central area and deserts to the south.
Tataouine is about 100km south from the warm waters of the Mediterranean. The climate of the area can produce mild, rainy winters. There may be several days of rains, followed by several days of bright, sunny skies. Spring weather can be unpredictable but is usually mild with an occasional rain. The Sahara Desert in the southern part of the country also has a large influence on the weather patterns. The summers can be very hot and dry, with very little or mere traces of precipitation for an entire month.
The weather is mild but overnight temperatures start to drop in December. The average daily temperature is 12C, with an average high of 16C and low of 7C. The rainfall average for the month totals 14mm and an average of four rainy days. The sun will shine 7 hours on an average day.
January is the coldest month of the year with an average temperature of 10C. The average daily high temperature reaches 15C and the average daily low gets down to 5C. January is also one of the wettest months with an average rainfall total of 22mm and four days of precipitation. The sun will be out for an average of 7 hours a day.
Winter weather starts to retreat slightly in February. The average daily temperature climbs to 12C. The average daily high temperature also increases to 17C and an average daily low of 7C. Expect an average rainfall total for the month to be 15mm with three days of rainy and cloudy weather. There will be 8 hours of sunshine on a typical day.
The thermometer continues to climb in March, which is also the wettest month of the year. The average temperature is 15C with an average daily high of 20C and a low of 9C. The rain will reach a monthly high for the year at 26mm. There will be four rainy days on average. The sun will continue to shine though for a daily average of 8 hours.
April is a month of more changes as the weather continues to warm up quickly and the rain total declines. The average temperature will be 19C with an average daily high of 25C and the low temperature an average of 13C. The total rainfall amount for the month will reach 11mm. Visitors can expect three days of overcast, rainy weather. The sun shines an average of 9 hours a day in April.
Look for the average daily temperature in May to climb to 23C. The average daily high is 29C for the month and the average low 16C. Thereâs an average of 77mm of rainfall that falls on two days. The biggest change is the amount of sunshine, which averages 10 hours a day in May.
The milder weather of spring turns into more hot weather of the summer in June. The average temperature increases to 27C. The average daily high goes up to 37C and the low 21C. There is almost no measureable rain in June. The average total for the entire month is 1mm, and thereâs only one rainy day on average. The sun will shine 10 hours on an average day.
July is the hottest month of the year. The average daily temperature reaches 29C. The average daily high is 37C and the average daily low is 21C. July gets practically no precipitation whatsoever, to help cool off the hot temperatures. The average rainfall total for all of July is 0mm. The month of July also gets the most sunshine. Expect the sun to shine an average of 12 hours a day.
The desert weather patterns from the Sahara continue into August. The average daily temperature still hovers at 29C. Expect the average daily high to reach 36C and the daily low temperature to be 22C. There is, on average, a trace amount of precipitation in August. The rainfall total is 2mm and one day of rainy weather on average. Thereâs slightly less sunshine. The average amount is 11 hours a day for the month.
The long summer extends its reach into September. The average daily temperature will be 28C. Look for the average daily high to be 34C. The average low temperature during the overnight hours will get down to 21C. There will be more rain than last month, with the September average increasing to 8mm over the course of two days. The sun will shine 2 hours less, dropping to an average of 9 hours per day.
Just like spring, autumn can be a very quick period of changes between summer and winter. In October, the average daily temperature drops to 22C. The average daily high will be 28C and the low 16C. The rainfall increases to an average total of 16mm for the month with three rainy days. The sun continues its retreat during the cooler months. It will shine an average of 8 hours a day.
November will see the temperatures continue to drop and thereâs more mild weather. The average daily temperature will be 17C. The average daily high will be 22C and the average daily low will drop down to 11C on most nights. The average rainfall total will climb slightly to 17mm. On average, there will be four days of rain and clouds. The sun will shine an average of 8 hours a day.