Brasilia has a tropical climate of altitude typical of tropical savannas, being more than 1,100 meters above sea level the temperatures are mild and never too hot or too cold, the average annual temperature is 21.2 ° C.
The seasons differ depending on the rains, there are two distinct seasons, the wet and rainy season, which corresponds to summer, between October and April, and the dry season, which corresponds to winter, between May and September. The average annual rainfall is above 1,500 mm, on average there are 133 days of rain per year, and the hours of sunlight are 2,368 per year. In the wettest months, those between November and March, Brasilia has on average between 16 and 20 days of rain per month, while in the driest months, between May and September the rainy days per month varies between the 3 days of June and July and the 6 days of the month of September.
The temperatures undergo little change during the different seasons, in fact, the average maximum temperatures vary between 28.3 ° C in September and 25.1 ° C in July, while higher are the variations in average minimum temperatures ranging between 12 9 ° C in July and 17.5 ° C in December. The degree of moisture is less than 60% during the dry season, while it is around 75/80 % in the rainy season, between November and April.
WHEN TO GO TO BRASILIA
The best time to visit Brasilia are the driest months between May and September.
THE CLIMATE OF BRASILIA: CLIMATIC TABLES
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