Montevideo has a humid sub-tropical climate, characterized by not too cold winters and hot summers. Winters are generally rainy, windy and cloudy, while summers are hot and rainy, with generally moderate wind blowing from the sea with a pleasant cooling effect on the city. In spring and winter, generally between May and August, the Pampero usually blows, a strong cold wind from Antarctica.
The temperatures of Montevideo make record values varying between 15 ° C and 7 ° C in the coldest month, July, and 28 ° C and 18 ° C for the hottest month, January. The sea water temperature is maintained around 22 ° C between January and March.
The rains are well distributed in every month of the year with peaks in February and March and in October, in average falling in Montevideo over 1,100 mm of rain per year, there is no dry season. Montevideo has an average of about 77 days of rain a year, in every month of the year there are between 6 and 7 days of rain. The sunny hours are 2,481 per year.
The sea water temperature reaches up to 22 ° C in the summer months of December, February and March.
WHEN TO GO TO MONTEVIDEO
The best season for a visit to Montevideo is the summer, namely the months between December and March.
THE CLIMATE OF MONTEVIDEO: CLIMATIC TABLES
|MONTEVIDEO (43 meters)|
|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|