Brazil Climate

Climate Brazil

Brazil climate is predominantly tropical, although strictly speaking, there are five climate regions of equatorial, tropical, semi-arid, highland tropical and subtropical, across Brasil.

The climate in Brazil northeast is humid-tropical and semi-arid in the interior - sertao. With no less than seven thousand kilometres of coastline so near the equator, Brazil north east enjoy a very warm tropical climate all year round.

It is little surprising that with this very favourable coastal climate, most of Brazil northeast's population live on or near the coast.

The north east can get very hot, in fact, the Rio Grade do Norte state is noted to have the hottest climate in brazil. This is largely attributed to the fact that the large mountain chain of Serra da Borborema, which runs parallel to the humid coastal cities and physically separating them from the dry interior, only extends a mere few dozen miles into Rio Grande do Norte; unlike other states such as Paraíba, Pernambuco, Alagoas, Sergipe and Bahia.

In the northeast, the lowest Brasil climate temperature will often exceed 23°C (73°F) and reaching highs in excess of 27°C (82F) on the coast. In the interior, temperatures have been recorded to get as high as 40°C (104°F) during the dry season between June/July and November.

As for Brazil weather conditions, rainfall is often sparse and irregular, though when it comes, it can be terrential downpours. While there is generally no wintery conditions, as a rough guide, you can expect cloudy days with a 1-2 °C dip in temperature so good weather conditions for your Brazil travel northeast is assured.

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