Buenos Aires has a humid sub-tropical climate with hot, humid and rainy summers, mild and relatively dry winters, springs and autumns with variable climate and wind. In summer there can be intense storms during which huge quantities of rain can fall in a short time.
The climate of Buenos Aires is influenced by two types of winds, the first being pampero, a cold and dry wind from the south-west, which can blow at any time of the year, but is more frequent in the summer, when its puff makes the hot summer temperatures more pleasant. The second wind is the sudestada, a fresh and humid wind, which blows from the southeast, usually between April and December, bringing sometimes heavy rains.
The rains are more frequent between October and March, but it can rain at any time of the year, on average there are over 100 rainy days in a year, the month with the least rainy days is June with 6 rainy days. The annual average rainfall in Buenos Aires is around 1,300 mm of rain, snow is a very rare event.
As for the temperatures, Buenos Aires has a temperate climate, in summer the average temperatures vary between 28 ° C / 30 ° C (maximum averages) and 18 ° C / 20 ° C (minimum averages), in winter the average temperatures they vary between 16 ° C / 17 ° C (maximum averages) and 7 ° C / 8 ° C (minimum averages).
WHEN TO GO TO BUENOS AIRES
Thanks to the mild climate, each month can be indicated for visiting Buenos Aires, however probably the best seasons for a visit are the intermediate ones, namely spring and autumn.
THE CLIMATE OF BUENOS AIRES: CLIMATE TABLES
|BUENOS AIRES (25 meters)|
|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea water temperature °C|