What’s the weather like in Banjul Beach in November?
The Banjul Beach weather in November sees the tropical rain die down and the dry season begin, with only very light and refreshing wet weather hitting the region. Banjul, in The Gambia, is hot and very sunny this month compared to mild conditions throughout Europe.
Banjul’s the capital city of The Gambia, which is a very small country on the west coast of Africa. It’s on St. Mary’s Island, by the Gambia River and the Atlantic Ocean with pretty beaches lapping its shoreline. Drier weather is blown in by north-east winds at this time and just 19mm of rain affects the region, on average.
The weather in Banjul Beach in November sees an average daytime high temperature of 33°C, with an average low of just 28°C, so pack plenty of warm weather clothes. The humidity’s 60% and UV levels are high, which means sunblock is a must. You’ll only need a light rain jacket with just 19mm of rainfall and eight days affected by wet weather. There’s around 11 hours of glorious sunshine each day, on average, and it doesn’t set until after 6.30pm at the end of November. The water temperature around Banjul’s sandy beaches is a very inviting 27°C. The wind speed’s quite light at 10mph.