Weather in the Desert
In this particular biome, the weather is mainly like other deserts. There are hot days and cool nights. Also, in this desert, there is very little rainfall. Even though there is a lack in rainfall, the air is almost always at or near saturation point. There is fog that arrives because of the Benguela Current that flows northward along the coast. This makes the chilling air above it turn into fog. At the coast there is little difference in temperature between day and night or between winter and summer. The average temperature is 50-60 degrees feringhiten or 10 -16 degrees celuis.