What Are the Seasons in Argentina?

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Because Argentina is in the Southern Hemisphere, its four seasons, which are summer, winter, spring and fall, are opposite to those of the Northern Hemisphere. In this country, the summer months are from December to March, and winter months are from June to August.

Similarly, the fall months are March through May, and the spring months are September through November. Although these are the different seasons, Argentina’s climate or weather does vary and is dependent on the geographical location.

For example, Buenos Aires, which is situated in the central region of this country, has a temperature around 86 degrees Fahrenheit in January, and a temperature of 59 degrees Fahrenheit in July. However, other areas, such as Patagonia in the southern part of Argentina, can have lower temperatures during these months.