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|honduras time to ist||1.31||0.6||2090||62|
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|honduras time zone gmt||0.21||0.5||8718||26|
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|local time honduras||1.66||0.7||8868||21|
|time in honduras||1.91||0.2||4901||24|
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|roatan honduras time||1.17||0.2||1521||89|
Like most tropical countries, Honduras experiences a rainy season and a dry season, known locally as invierno (winter) and verano (summer), respectively. In general, the rainy season in runs from May to November in the interior and from September to January along the north coast.What are the most important holidays in Honduras?
Independence Day. The majority of public holidays in Honduras are based on the country’s predominant Roman Catholic religion, as well as nation-wide political and cultural observances. Public holidays include New Year’s Day and the Christian Easter Holy Week beginning with Maundy Thursday, the first day of Lent.What are the current issues in Honduras?
Honduras Environment - current issues. Acidification - the lowering of soil and water pH due to acid precipitation and deposition usually through precipitation; this process disrupts ecosystem nutrient flows and may kill freshwater fish and plants dependent on more neutral or alkaline conditions (see acid rain).What is the average weather in Honduras?
Print this map. Climate: The weather in Honduras is certainly tropical, but moderates in the higher elevations of the interior. In the interior regions the temperatures average near 70° F, (21° C) throughout the year, while in the much warmer, and certainly more humid coastal regions, temperatures average near 80° F.