Sao Tome and Principe

Sao Tome and Principe is an island nation found in the Bight of Guinea, which is the bend in the west African coast. On the quiz site Sporcle, it is commonly listed as one of the “most forgotten” countries. No porblem with our memories! It lies right along the equator, which means, as you can imagine, it stays very warm there all year long. Additionally, streams of tropical moisture are uninhibited by mountains in central Africa, because there aren’t any massive ranges. In fact, the only mountains of any pertinence to the climate of Sao Tome is the island itself. Higher elevations see temperatures averaging around 70 degrees, a welcome relief to the steamy coasts.
The Institut National de Météorologie exists, and operates in some manner, assuredly, however they do not have a website.