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tropical climate, annual rainfall, Atlantic Ocean

Guyana has a tropical climate, with little seasonal temperature change. The annual rainfall (about 1,525 to 2,030 mm/about 60 to 80 in) on the coast occurs mainly from April to August and November to January. The savanna region receives some 1,525 mm (60 in) of rain annually, mainly from April to September. The climate of coastal Guyana is extremely mild for a low-lying tropical area because of the persistent trade winds blowing in off the Atlantic Ocean.



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