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Adelaide, South Australia vs Managua Climate & Distance Between

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  • The distance between Adelaide, South Australia, Australia and Managua, Nicaragua is approximately 14,848 km or 9,227 mi.
  • To reach Adelaide, South Australia in this distance one would set out from Managua bearing 232.9° or SW and follow the great circles arc to approach Adelaide, South Australia bearing 288° or WNW .
  • Adelaide, South Australia has a mid-latitude cool steppe climate (BSk) whereas Managua has a tropical wet and dry/ savanna climate with dry winters (Aw).
  • Adelaide, South Australia is in or near the warm temperate dry forest biome whereas Managua is in or near the tropical dry forest biome.
  • The annual mean temperature is 10.4 °C (18.7°F) cooler.
  • Average monthly temperatures vary by 9 °C (16.2°F) more in Adelaide, South Australia. The continentality subtype is barely hyperoceanic as opposed to extremely hyperoceanic.
  • Total annual precipitation averages 694.5 mm (27.3 in) less which is equivalent to 694.5 l/m² (17.04 US gal/ft²) or 6,945,000 l/ha (742,467 US gal/ac) less. About 2/5 as much.
  • The altitude of the sun at midday is overall 18.6° lower in Adelaide, South Australia than in Managua.

Climate Comparison Table

The table shows values for Adelaide, South Australia relative to Managua. You can also view this comparison the other way around from the perspective of Managua vs Adelaide, South Australia.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual
maximum temperature iconAverage Max Temperature °C ( °F) -2 (-4) -2 (-4) -4 (-8) -10 (-18) -14 (-24) -15 (-27) -16 (-29) -15 (-27) -13 (-23) -10 (-18) -6 (-11) -4 (-8) -9 (-17)
average temperature iconAverage Temperature °C ( °F) -4 (-8) -4 (-7) -7 (-13) -11 (-20) -14 (-25) -15 (-28) -16 (-29) -15 (-28) -14 (-24) -10 (-18) -8 (-14) -6 (-11) -10 (-19)
minimum temperature iconAverage Min Temperature °C ( °F) -7 (-13) -8 (-15) -12 (-21) -16 (-29) -17 (-31) -19 (-33) -19 (-34) -18 (-32) -17 (-31) -14 (-24) -12 (-21) -10 (-17) -14 (-25)
rainfall iconAverage Precipitation mm (in) +15 (+1) +19 (+1) +17 (+1) +32 (+1) -19 (-1) -246 (-10) -67 (-3) -79 (-3) -142 (-6) -206 (-8) -37 (-1) +19 (+1) -695 (-27)
rain days iconNumber of Precipitation Days (% chance of precip. on a day ) +1 (+3) +3 (+11) +4 (+13) +9 (+30) +7 (+23) -7 ( -23) -4 ( -13) -1 ( -3) -7 ( -23) -8 ( -26) -2 ( -7) +4 (+13)   -1 ( 0)
daylight iconAverage Daylight Hours & Minutes/ Day +2h 41' +1h 40' +0h 18' -1h 09' -2h 23' -3h 00' -2h 44' -1h 40' -0h 15' +1h 11' +2h 25' +3h 00'   0h 00'
sun altitude iconSun altitude at solar noon on the 21st day (°) +16.9 -1.7 -23.2 -46.3 -47 -47.1 -47 -46.3 -23.9 -1.3 +16.9 +24.1   -18.6

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