What’s the weather like in Africa in November?
The Africa weather in November sees lots of brilliant sunshine and a warm climate. Temperatures differ from the north to the south of the continent, with South Africa warmer than Morocco at this time, for example. There will be some rain across Africa but it’s much drier than most European resorts.
Resorts in the north of Africa will produce cooler temperatures and a slightly milder climate than those in the southern hemisphere. This is because southern countries will be enjoying summer in November, so it’s a wonderful time to visit South Africa and soak up the sun around Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg. Relax at a resort close to the coast and you’ll enjoy the cool ocean breeze too.
The average temperature across the continent of Africa in November is 19°C. Hotspots such as Sharm El Sheikh, along Egypt’s Red Sea coast, will be higher though at around 25°C on average. Cape Town’s average daytime high in November is a pleasant 22°C. Pack your sunglasses and a sunhat if you’re heading to the continent, because the weather in Africa in November has lots of sunshine. You can expect around 12 hours each day on average and the sun doesn’t set until after 6pm in Mombasa, Kenya. The Gambia is usually dry in November, with Mombasa getting about 63mm of rainfall on average. Across the whole of Africa the average measures just 27mm in November. Expect the humidity level to be moderate to