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Average climate of Algeria

The climate of Algeria has an average yearly temperature of 32°C. Throughout the year, the average monthly temperature can drop to 19°C and rise to 43°C.

Annually, about 20 mm of rain falls. This gives a good overview of how much rain to expect in Algeria.

The climate of Algeria
  • Average yearly temperature: 32°C
  • Highest temperature: 43°C in July
  • Lowest temperature: 19°C in January
  • Precipitation:: 20 mm per year
  • Driest months: 0,2 mm in July, 0,6 mm in June and 0,8 mm in January
  • Wettest months: 3,3 mm in March, 2,9 mm in September and 2,7 mm in December

Climate table Algeria

The climate table for Algeria shows the average temperatures, precipitation, and UV index per month.

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Daytime temperature (°C) 19 22 26 32 36 41 43 42 39 32 25 20
Nighttime temperature (°C) 5 8 11 17 21 26 28 27 25 18 11 6
Precipitation (mm) 0,8 1,5 3,3 1,5 2,0 0,6 0,2 1,2 2,9 1,3 1,5 2,7
UV Index 7 8 9 10 10 10 10 10 9 8 7 6

Temperature per month in Algeria

This graph shows the average high temperatures in degrees Celsius for each month in Algeria

Temperature per month in Algeria

Precipitation per month in Algeria

This graph shows the average monthly precipitation in millimeters in Algeria.

Precipitation per month in Algeria

UV index per month in Algeria

This graph shows the average UV index per month in Algeria.

UV index per month in Algeria

Yearly temperature in Algeria

This graph shows the average yearly temperature in Algeria, measured in degrees Celsius.

Yearly temperature in Algeria

Yearly total precipitation in Algeria

This graph shows the average yearly precipitation in millimeters in Algeria.

Precipitation per year in Algeria

Best time to visit Algeria

Algeria is one of the largest countries in Africa. The best time to visit Algeria is generally from November to April. However, the climate varies greatly from north to south. The northern coastal area has a favourable Mediterranean climate, while the highlands south of the coast have hot summers and cold winters with little rain.

The southern part has a typical desert climate with hot dry summer days and mild rainy winters. It is best to avoid this region in summer, unless you can stand the heat.

Sirocco winds

The weather of Algeria is influenced by sirocco winds. These winds, sometimes called "chili" in Algeria, are caused by hot air coming straight from the Sahara desert. This can last from half a day to sometimes four or five days. Visibility is poor and the fine dust can cause breathing difficulties.

Average weather in Algeria per month

Click on a month below to see in detail how the weather typically is in Algeria and what to expect. Based on the historical weather data of Algeria, you can view the average temperature, precipitation, wind, and UV index for each day of the month.


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