- Climate, temperatures, humidity and rain in Brazil
brazil's CLIMATE and weather: TEMPERATURES, RAIN and humidity Brazil is usually divided in five big climate zones : The Amazon Basin region (1) , with an equatorial climate characterized by pleasant temperatures but high humidity and precipitation levels (even in the "dry" season)
- Climate and average monthly weather in Brazil
From December to February it's summer and most rain is seen in these months Most parts of Brazil have moderate annual rainfall of between 900 and 1600 mm (38 and 61 in) The temperature varies within a year with monthly averages in winter between 13 and 18 degrees Celsius (55 and 64 degrees Fahrenheit)
- Brazil Climate, Average Weather, Temperatures, Rainfall . . .
Climate, Average Weather of Brazil Of the land area, 19 9% has a tropical rainforest climate (Af), 1 8% has a tropical monsoon climate (Am), 62 5% has a tropical wet and dry savanna climate (Aw), 5 4% has a temperate mesothermal climate with significant precipitation in all seasons (Cf), 10 3% has a temperate mesothermal climate with dry winters (Cw)
- Climate and average monthly weather in: Manaus, Brazil
Climate and average monthly weather data for Manaus, Brazil displayed in a beautiful overview Find the best time to go to Manaus CLIMATE AND AVERAGE MONTHLY WEATHER IN Manaus, Brazil On average, the temperatures are always high A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the months of: January, February, March, April, May, November and
- Average Humidity in Brazil - Current Results
Average relative humidity levels during a year are listed below for cities and other locations in Brazil Each place has a humidity average for three times during the day: 12 noon, 6:00 pm and at midnight
- Climate Weather Averages in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de . . .
Home Weather Rio de Janeiro Climate Climate Weather Averages in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Now 66 °F Light rain Mostly cloudy Feels Like: 66 °F Forecast: 68 73 °F
- Brazil climate: average weather, temperature . . .
The southernmost part of Brazil (known as "South Region", composed by the states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul) has a subtropical climate, with winter temperatures that remind of the Mediterranean climate Rainfall is well distributed throughout the year: in winter it's more common and abundant than in regions having a tropical climate, though typically not too heavy, but it rains also in summer, so we cannot properly speak of Mediterranean climate