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Brazil can be split up into four distinct climatic regions. 

porto alegre click on the image to enlarge

The South-South East region which encompasses Belo Horizante, Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre (roughly from central Minas Gerais through to Rio Grande do Sul).  In this area you will find quite a recognizable winter between June and September where the weather is cooler with some wind and rain, but very rarely does the temperature reach freezing and only in the highlands of Santa Catarina will it snow, but that is quite seldom.  December through to March, the summer month are hot.

Southern Parana click on the image to enlarge
The seven thousand kilometer coastline spanning from the Southern Parana all the way u to the equator boasts a warm tropical climate.  Their so called “winter” consists of a few cloudy days and the odd moment where the temperature drops below 25ºC (77ºF).  This region also experiences a rainy season where it can really bucket down.

Recife click on the image to enlarge
From Rio southwards, the rainy season lasts from October through to January.  However, some Northeastern coastal locations such as Fortaleza, Salvador and Recife, the rains can come as early as April-May and have a duration of about three months.

Far too hot to experience a winter, is the Northeastern region of Brazil.  Never falling below 25ºc (77ºF) and quite regularly escalating to the scorching 40ºC (104ºF) temperatures.  Rainfall in this region is meager and quite irregular, however when it does rain, it does so quite violently.

Amazonia click on the image to enlarge

The Amazon region is quite often perceived as a steaming hot rainy area, but in actual fact, a huge portion of the region has a significant and distinct dry season, and, with the deforestation of the Eastern and Western parts of Amazon, the dry season is incontestably becoming longer with every passing year.

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