What climate has Malawi?
Malawi has a sub-tropical climate, which is relatively dry and strongly seasonal. The warm-wet season stretches from November to April, during which 95% of the annual precipitation takes place. Annual average rainfall varies from 725mm to 2,500mm with Lilongwe having an average of 900mm, Blantyre 1,127mm, Mzuzu 1,289mm and Zomba 1,433mm. Extreme conditions include the drought that occurred in 1991/92 season and floods of 1988/89 season. The low-lying areas such as Lower Shire Valley and some localities in Salima and Karonga are more vulnerable to floods than higher grounds.
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Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi.. Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi and the largest city. Blantyre is the business center of Malawi. In this way, they function much like Wa…shington D.C. and New York in the United States. lilongwe
boiling and very hot and sun
Malawai is an East African country.
In 2008 the population was estimated at 13,931,831.
i am going to tell you how to complete the walk of malawi.. 1.make a poster and donate some millsbucks. . 2.go to the museum. . 3.take your picture. . 4.next go to the toy… store. . 5. go to city,click on westridge and click on the crater. . 6.go to the park and play peadbody park clean up. (if you cant beat all of the levels it still lets you go on to the next clue, witch is number 7.) . 7.go to the community center and donate something. . 8.go to the bus. . 9.go to the arcade and play hop n' drop . 10.go to the town hall and click on historical society. . 11.go to the school acdamey and go inside. . 12.go to the clothing store. . 13.go back to the museum. . 14.take your picture again and you will get the trophy. . the instructions may be out of order a little bit but i dont think so, but this is what i know.there is also prizes you get they are,drum,lizard mask,bao game,chief chair,and elephant statue. Hope it helps!
You can fly to Malawi. It has a number of airports and you can fly to them from other countries. Depending on where you are, you can get flights to one of those countries and …then fly to Malawi. If you are traveling from the United States, a routing through Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is usually the most direct. Ethiopian Airlines operates out of New York and maybe D.C. Another option is South African Airlines, but then you are flying all the way down to Johannesburg and back up two to three hours to Malawi. The airport with the most traffic is Kamuzu Airport in Lilongwe, Malawi's capital, but many airlines fly to Blantyre as well. If you are already in Africa, you will still likely wish to fly as your ground option is minibus or coach with very long stops at any international borders.
Lilongwe Wildlife Center is in the capital city and is a placewhere injured monkeys, crocodiles, and lions are cared for. Thereis also a World War I Memorial.
they have had earthquakes, floods, drought and hunger.
Yes. You'll get these small brown fellas in the house (knock out shoes before wearing and never walk barefoot, especially at night when you can't see them) and bigger, darker,… more armoured ones around water (near the lake etc.). They aren't that common though, I have lots of family there and only one cousin (of like 10 various family members) and my grandma have been stung to my knowledge. DISCLAIMER: I am not a zoologist or entemologist or scorpion specialist, nor am I a doctor and I assume no legal or other form of responsibility for this advice or for any outcome that may result from your having read and/or followed this, it is simply my own experience.
what jobs dos Malawi have
Malawi is not the capital of anything - it is a country. Malawi'scapital city is Lilongwe.
It rains mostly from December through to March. April and May are drier, but nigh time temperatures begin to drop. June, July and August the nights are cooler, the days are wa…rm and clear. September and October the days are hot. November also hop but with rain, which can be heavy. The average temperature is 75F, average rain fall 64 inches a year