Explore Uganda

Uganda experiences a diverse range of climates due to its varied topography and proximity to the equator. Generally, the climate is classified as tropical, with temperatures varying depending on altitude, location, and season.

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Uganda’s climate is predominantly tropical due to its location near the equator, with variations influenced by altitude and regional geography. The country experiences two main seasons: wet and dry. The wet seasons occur from March to May and from September to November, while the dry seasons span December to February and June to August.

Temperatures typically range from 25°C to 30°C (77°F to 86°F) year-round, with variations based on altitude. Rainfall patterns vary across the country, with higher precipitation in the central and western regions and lower rainfall in the northeast. Climate variability can lead to fluctuations such as droughts and floods, impacting agriculture and livelihoods. Overall, Uganda’s climate supports diverse ecosystems and agricultural activities, contributing to its rich biodiversity and cultural heritage.