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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby samatar133 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:48 pm

chairman sxb bich slaplan iyo waxan ka sheekaynayso xisoba uma qabee check this map and see rain distribution of somalia in your eyes. you will see jigjiga region being number one, gabiley two and then jubada hoose third in anual rain distribution.

http://www.faoswalim.org/downloads/Mean ... infall.pdf
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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby Chinaman » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:52 pm

So...What about that map? If anything it proves that you are wrong :?

Ma blind baa tahay?
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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby Cumar-Labasuul » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:55 pm

Guys can I ask which is the hottest city in Somalia excluding Puntland and Galguduud?

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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby Chinaman » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:57 pm

Cumar-Labasuul wrote:Guys can I ask which is the hottest city in Somalia excluding Puntland and Galguduud?


Luuq in Gedo.

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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby Cumar-Labasuul » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:17 pm

Chinaman wrote:
Cumar-Labasuul wrote:Guys can I ask which is the hottest city in Somalia excluding Puntland and Galguduud?


Luuq in Gedo.


thanks, I'm suprised because I assumed it would have been a coastal town. The towns all along the gulf of aden are mostly very hot and humid and those inland are mostly cooler climates.

btw, how hot does it get?

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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby tightrope » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:25 pm

MAYBE THATS WHY IDOORS LOOK LIKE AMXAARO HIGHLANDERS... :roll:

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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby samatar133 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:26 pm

hostest city is Luuq

about rainfall, i couldn't download the more extentive study on somali climate, but the summery is this

higher rainfall areas occur in the lower and middle Juba and along the coastal area of lower Shabelle ( 700--800 mm). Hargeisa, sheekh, Gabiey, Borama recieve 500--600mm anually.


i concede i was wrong lakiin bal adigu wax evidence ah keen about tuuladii ayaydaa ku dhalatay elevation if you are not making it up?
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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby Cumar-Labasuul » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:32 pm

tightrope wrote:MAYBE THATS WHY IDOORS LOOK LIKE AMXAARO HIGHLANDERS... :roll:


NO WE DON'T WE LOOK LIKE THESE PEOPLE:
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Re: Somali Cities and Elevation

Postby samatar133 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:43 pm

tightrope wrote:MAYBE THATS WHY IDOORS LOOK LIKE AMXAARO HIGHLANDERS... :roll:


do u know real Xabash Amxaro inay kaa qurux badan yihiin?


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