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Guyana has a tropical climate with high humidity throughout the year. The average high temperatures range from the mid to upper 80s Fahrenheit (29-31 degrees Celsius), while lows generally stay in the mid to upper 70s Fahrenheit (24-26 degrees Celsius). The country experiences two seasons: a wet season from May to August and a dry season from September to April. During the wet season, there is significant rainfall, occasional thunderstorms, and the possibility of flooding. The dry season, while drier, can still experience occasional rain and high humidity. Guyana is located outside of the hurricane belt, and hurricanes are not typically a concern. However, the country can experience severe storms during the wet season, which can impact travel and other activities. Overall, Guyana offers a unique blend of tropical rainforest and savannah landscapes, with diverse flora and fauna for visitors to explore.

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