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Chad weather reports (alphabetical list)

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list of weather reports Chad
Abeche weather

Current Abeche weather conditions.

Am Timan weather

Current Am Timan weather conditions.

Ati weather

Current Ati weather conditions.

Biltine weather

Current Biltine weather conditions.

Bol weather

Current Bol weather conditions.

Bongor weather

Current Bongor weather conditions.

Doba weather

Current Doba weather conditions.

Faya weather

Current Faya weather conditions.

Lai weather

Current Lai weather conditions.

Mao weather

Current Mao weather conditions.

Mongo weather

Current Mongo weather conditions.

Moundou weather

Current Moundou weather conditions.

N Djamena weather

Current N Djamena weather conditions.

Sarh weather

Current Sarh weather conditions.

about Chad


The Republic of Chad (تشاد) is a country in central Africa that borders Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest and Niger to the west.

Chad geography

Chad is a land-locked country in north central Africa measuring 1,284,000 square kilometers (496,000 sq. mi.), roughly three times the size of Texas. Chad is in central Africa, south of Libya. Chad has 5,968 km of border against Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Niger, Nigeria, and Sudan. Chad has four climactic zones: it has broad, arid plains in center, desert in north, dry mountains in northwest, and tropical lowlands in south. Only 3% of Chad is arable land and none of it has permanent crops. Environmental hazards in Chad include hot, dry, dusty harmattan winds occur in north, periodic droughts, and locust plagues. Lake Chad, which is in Chad and Cameroon, was once the second-largest lake in Africa but has shrunk dramatically during the last few decades and is now down to less than 10% of its former size.

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