Juan de Nova IslandIsland Juan de Nova
The savannah climatic conditions in each of the months of the year have an average annual average of over 18°C (64°F) and a typical drying time, with the driest dry period having less than 60mm (2.36 in) in the rain. Essentially, a savannah clima tends either to less rain than a tropic moon clima or to more severe droughts than a tropic one.
The savannah climate is most common in Africa, Asia and South America. The Savannah climate is quite temperate. On the island of Juan de Nova, the annual mean temperatures are 27.2°C (81.0°F). March is the hottest months with an mean monthly temperatures of 28.9°C (84.0°F). July is the coldest months with an avarage of 25°C (77.0°F).
Highest registered on the island of Juan de Nova is 97.0°F (36.1°C), which was registered in February. Lower registered temperatures on the island of Juan de Nova are 61.0°F (16.1°C), which was registered in February. Rainfall averages 62.0 rains per day, with most rainfall in February (13.0 days) and least in August (1.0 days).
There are an annual rainfall of 62.0 rains in the case of fluid rainfall, with most rains in February (13.0 days) and the least in August (1.0 days).
Island Juan de Nova
Island and French Sea District (2005 approx. 777.000 inhabitants), approx. 970 qm (2.510 qkm), one of the Mascarene Islands, in the Indian Ocean approx. 430 mi (690 km) from Madagascar..... Saint Denis (the capital) and Le port (the main port) are the capitals..... It is low and shallow, the island is encircled by a reef.
They have no tribal people, but there is a small army guard and a meteorological shelter. Name after a Spaniard who discovered Spain in the fifteenth centuary, Juan de Nova has been in France since 1897.