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Tunisia Geography, Climate, and Weather


Tunisia, republic of northern Africa, bounded on the north and east by the Mediterranean Sea, on the south by Libya, and on the west by Algeria. The total area is 164,418 sq km (63,482 sq mi).

In general, a mild Mediterranean climate prevails in the north of Tunisia; toward the south the climate becomes progressively hotter and drier. In the north, temperatures average 8.9 C (48 F) in January and 25.6 C (78 F) in July.
The northern regions have a rainy season that lasts from October to May. Average annual rainfall is about 610 mm (about 24 in) but may vary greatly from year to year. Annual rainfall decreases to the south and is only about 200 mm (about 8 in) in the Sahara.


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