Why isn't it raining in Sao Paulo?

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Brazil's largest city Sao Paulo is located about 80 kilometers from the Atlantic coast, on a plateau about 800 meters above sea level.

Climate in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is located in the south of the tropical regions of Brazil winter-dry, subtropical climatic zone.

The Temperatures are in the course of the year relatively constant. The average maximum daily temperature is consistently over 20 degrees, but not significantly higher in the Brazilian summer around the turn of the year. At night the mercury often falls below 10 degrees, especially in July, but there is almost never any frost. In the summer months there is less difference between day and night temperatures.

Similar constant is also the daily Duration of sunshinewhich varies between 4.2 and 5.3 hours. There is the phenomenon that in deepest winter, i.e. in July and August, the sun shines the longest. Winter temperatures have been particularly high since the beginning of the 20th century.

This is characteristic of Sao Paulo’s climate humidity. This amounts to the whole year almost constant 80%.

In summer it rains on average more often than every other day, in winter not even every fourth. Also the amount of Precipitation varies significantly depending on the season. While almost 240 liters per square meter fall in January, it is not even 39 in August. The pronounced one Rainy season takes from November to March.

 

Weather in sao paulo

Weather in Sao Paulo: The temperatures and precipitation for Sao Paulo in Brazil are from the website yr.no and are provided by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. The forecasts are updated four times a day.

 

The best time to travel to Sao Paolo

It is best for visitors to avoid Sao Paulo during the rainy season in southern summer. Thunderstorms are rare, but the rich pouring forces the visitor into the house.

The rest of the year is suitable for a trip thanks to the mild subtropical climate. Especially the months with little rain and still pleasantly warm in the evening Spring (September to November) and Autumn (late March to May) invite you to visit.

in the Southern winter (June to August) the lower temperatures make the humidity more bearable, but a sweater should be in the luggage for cool evenings.

 

Climate table Sao Paulo

Climate in Sao Paulo

You can find more climate information about Sao Paulo here.