What Is Brazil's Climate?


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From north to south, Brazil is a blend of tropical and subtropical climates. Because of the weather's consistency, the country maintains a friendly climate year-round.

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Climates in Brazil vary slightly from the northern region to the southern region. In the north, the rainiest months last from January to August. October is the warmest and driest month, while February is the coolest and May is the wettest. The rainiest seasons in the south occur from January to February and July to September. January is the warmest month, while August is the coolest and driest. The heaviest levels of rain arrive in July.

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