Welcome to Meteo Uganda! This weather portal offers suitably tailored information, forecasts and advisories for use in the various sectors in Uganda such as Agriculture, Aviation, Industry, Water Resources, Environment Protection, Disaster preparedness and management, Health, Tourism and trade, and transport amongst others. The forecasts are also used in warnings of impending disasters such as droughts, famine and floods.
Monthly Agrometeorological Updates
The atmospheric conditions in the tropics regions, Uganda inclusive, do change frequently from month to month along the year. As such as it is vital to observe and monitor these changes from time to time. To ensure that the end users keep abreast of these events, the department issues climatic advisories on a monthly basis through its Monthly Agrometeorological Bulletin. The bulletins contains, weather analysis of the past month and includes weather outlook of the next month. This monthly information is necessary for early warning services and disaster preparedness.
The monthly bulletin is provided in Microsoft Word document for each month as shown below.
Uganda Weather offers detailed weather conditions throughout the day, along with a five day forecast for all major cities. You may also find interesting readings about current conditions such as wind speed, direction and chill, pressure, visibility and humidity.
Current Weather +5 Days Forecast
Meteo Uganda For Travelers
Uganda experience an equatorial climate that is moderated by its often elevated terrain. The good climate throughout the year makes Uganda an all year round destination. Uganda’s temperature ranges within average from 17 to 28 ° C. The year is divided into two wet seasons, from March to May and from September to November and two dry seasons from December to February and June to August. For most travelers taking Uganda safaris, the dry seasons are more conducive to visiting the country.
Where to Travel
The main sites can be visited in this beautiful country:
Lake Victoria which is where the source of the Nile is located, in the vast expanse (70 000 km2 of surface), the largest lake in Africa, which is more than a thousand meters. It is relatively shallow, but its waters are teeming with fish. It is also of interest to the Ssese Islands, an archipelago of 84 heavily forested islands that has become a popular holiday destination for tourists and wealthy Ugandans, especially that of Bugala with its hotels, beaches and water activities.
This is where the country’s international airport is located, but this does not prevent the city from Entebbe from being a beautiful city, where nature reigns and where the traveler can stop upon arrival at a quiet hotel that hosts it.
The capital is located in the center of the country, it is a modern city with many attractions, such as the Tombs of the Kings, the Uganda Museum, and many markets where to find African art and crafts. Uganda’s only truly great city, offering stark contrasts between the bustling center and vibrant and lush green and serene residential areas.
The Murchison Falls:
The beautiful Murchison Falls are in Murchison National Park, which is also the largest in the country, with immense savannas, forests, and the famous waterfalls that descend from Lake Albert, creating a spectacular sight to behold.
What to do in Uganda
Uganda: The basics
Guide to Visiting Uganda’s national parks
There are 10 national parks parks and nature reserves in Uganda, and it is also major attractions. Most travels in Uganda link to Uganda’s national parks. Choose from Kipedo Valley National Park, Kabwoya Nature Reserve, Queen Elizabeth National Park, and others,where it is possible to observe in different places buffaloes and elephants, lions, chimpanzees, crocodiles and hippos, gorillas and above all because Uganda is home to more than half of those who live on the planet.