Hot. Hot. Hot.
Since the advent of the “rainy season” (read: it has rained twice in the past week), things have cooled down a bit. But, in general, the weather around here is a bit toasty. I love warm weather, so I’m perfectly comfortable here, but many people may find the relentless heat and sun tiring.
The weather is very predictable. There’s no need to worry about what you wear when you leave the house. Every day it is sunny, and the temperature is consistently around 30 to 32 degrees Celsius. Even at night, it is warm (17 to 18 degrees Celsius) and you don’t need any sort of jacket or sweater.
Berbera, which is at a lower altitude, is significantly hotter, probably closer to 33 to 35 degrees Celsius. When I went there, I was sweating like I was in a Turkish bath. I’m glad I don’t live in Berbera.