Monthly Agromet Bulletin

The "Monthly Agromet Bulletin" produced by the Sudan Meteorological Authority is a crucial resource for monitoring the agricultural season in Sudan. It focuses on the quantities and distribution of rainfall and the conditions of vegetation cover across the states. Designed for stakeholders in agriculture, water management, and climate adaptation, the bulletin provides detailed analyses of rainfall patterns, vegetation indexes, and climate forecasts. It includes information on the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) movement, rainfall data comparison, the start of the growing season, and the duration of dry spells. This information supports strategic decision-making in agriculture, helping in planning, resource allocation, and mitigating climate-related risks.

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Agromet Bulletin September 2022


  • The stability of the ITCZ during the three dekades of Sept 2022, in it’s higher than normal position, allowed rain to continue throughout the country in varying amounts.
  • By the end of Sep, above …
Sept. 1, 2022 Read More
Agromet Bulletin July 2022


  • The fluctuation of the ITCZ around its normal position resulted in inconsistent rains during July-2022.
  • By late July, most parts of the country received average to slightly higher than average rains except small areas …
July 1, 2022 Read More
Agromet Bulletin June 2021


  • Rainfall predictions for June was above normal according to the IGAD Climate Prediction and Application Center (ICPAC) and the national rainfall prediction that issued by Sudan Meteorological Authority (SMA) for June-September 2021.
  • Rainy season …
May 1, 2021 Read More