About Brazil




The climate varies from the steamy heat of the Amazon Basin to the temperate atmosphere of the southern plateau. Winter conditions, from May to October, in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are similar to those of a British summer. In the southernmost states they are similar to a British Autumn. In the summer (November to April), conditions all over the country are tropical and temperatures can reach 40ºC. In coastal towns the humidity can be exhausting. In the north, January to April is a season of tropical rains, while in the north-east, around Pernambuco, the rainy season is usually April to July. The Amazon region is notoriously humid. Despite high annual precipitation, the Amazon rain forest has a three-to-five-month dry season, the timing of which varies according to location north or south of the equator.

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