Weather in April
ushers in more pronounced autumnal conditions in the French Southern and Antarctic Lands
. Temperatures continue their downward trajectory with averages ranging from 6°C to 4°C. The chill of the approaching winter becomes increasingly perceptible, making this month noticeably cooler than March
The Kerguelen Islands, a significant part of this territory, follow the same trend, with temperatures aligning with the overall average. The islands, being subject to the same maritime influences as the rest of the region, experience the brisk beginnings of the colder seasons during this month.
Precipitation during April remains relatively consistent with the previous months, with regular rainfall interspersed with increasing instances of snow showers. The weather remains as unpredictable as ever. Clear days can swiftly transition into fog, rain, or snow due to the region's oceanic climate.
April represents a further transition from the milder conditions of March. The declining temperatures, coupled with progressively shorter days and longer nights, signal the strengthening grip of autumn. The transition to May
will bring further cooling, with temperatures continuing their decline as the French Southern and Antarctic Lands move closer to the winter season.
- Port-aux-Français - April »
In Port-aux-Français, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, during April, the rain falls for 16 days and regularly aggregates up to 67mm of precipitation. In Port-aux-Français, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, during April, snow falls for 4 days.