Tropical BrazilApr 1st 2014
There is no bad time to visit Brazil. Unless your set goal is to live it up in carnaval. You will have just as a good time during the low season April-November.
Brazil’s seasons are the opposite of United States and Europe. However, it would be safe to say that we share a two season climatic change. That would be summer and the rain.
Southern Brazil experiences the four seasons ranging from 15°C /59°F in the winter (June-August) to 35°C /95°F in the summer. In the winter, the normal average temperature range from 6°C to 20°C / 6°F to 68°F, with minimum absolute from -4°C /24.8°F to 8°C /46.4°F in highest elevations.
The closer you are to the equator the hotter the weather. Brazil’s North/Northeast equates to hot tropics and rainy winters temperatures above 25°C /77°F but the rain is no more than a couple hours at a time.
Annual temperature averages between 20°C /68°F and 28°C /82°F, maximums of around 40°C/104°F reach Maranhão and Piauí.
The climate falls similar to the medium temperatures for the Amazon region 23°C (73°F) to 30°C (86°F) Good humidity, showers and heavy but quick rainfall in the summer months and autumn.
Annual Average Temperature Brazil’s seasons: Please Click on WEATHER to find out what’s the temperature on your Brazilian destination.
Spring: 22nd September - 21st December
Summer: 22nd December - 21st March
Autumn: 22nd March - 21st June
Winter: 22nd June - 21st September
(above) orange 25ºC (77°F)
(between) yellow 20ºC and 25ºC (68°F-77°F)
(bellow) green 20ºC (68°F)