Guyana is tropical, hot, humid and rainy, with very little variations in high and low temperatures.
Fortunately, the country of Guyana is right in the path of the northeast trade winds, and afternoon sea breezes bring cooling relief to the coastal areas, where most of the population lives.
There are two rainy seasons (May - June) and from (November - January); the west and northwest receive the highest amounts of precipitation, while the southeast rainfall is light.
The average daily high temperature in Georgetown is near 85° F, while the average lows hover in the mid 70s.
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|Land Area||196,849 km2|
|Water Area||18,120 km2|
|Total Area||214,969km2 (#83)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$6.05 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||7,900$|
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