Paraguay WeatherSouth Paraguay Weather
A Paraguay chart of the Köppen climatic class. Paraguay's climates consist of a semitropical one in the Parananaense area and a tropic one in the Chaco. Parananaense has a moist weather, with heavy rainfall all year round and only modest variations in temperatures during the season. It is dominated by the hot northeastern Sirokko wind in this area.
Overwinter is dominated by the chilly South Atlantic pampires, which blow through Argentina and are distracted to the northeast by the Andes in the south of the state. Due to the absence of topographical obstacles in Paraguay, these contrary currents lead to sudden and erratic changes in the mostly temperate weather.
There are only two main tourist season in Paranaense: October to March in spring and May to August in spring. During the transition periods of April and September, the average night -time average is below zero. In July, the coolest sub-tropical winters, the average weather is around 17 degrees.
Asunción at 87 C (64. 17 F) and a little colder on the Paraná plateau. There is little variation in heat with the degree of Latitude. However, during a chilly winters the tongue of Arctic skies brings sub-freezing weather to all areas. None of the parananaense area is completely free of the potential for freezing and consequential crop damages, and several sites sometimes reported blizzards.
Wet tropic weather keeps the weather in the Parananaense from October to March hot. The average in Asunción is about 27 degrees. Day time is relatively often 38 C (100 F) in outdoors. However, common cold southern breezes cause weather that changes between clear, wet weather and storminess.
Evenly spread rainfall occurs in the Parananaense area. Even though the weather plays a part, the rains usually fall in the dominating tropic massages. Very little precipitation occurs in August when the average values in different parts of the area are between 100 millimeters (3. 9 in) and 200 millimeters (7. 9 in).
There are two peak seasons for precipitation: March to May and October to November. Across the entire area, the gap between the dryest and wetest month is between 100 millimeters (3.9 inches) and 180 millimeters (7.1 inches). Averages of 1,270 millimeters of rain per year, although the Paraná Plateau is 250 to 380 millimeters larger.
Asuncion has registered up to 208 millimeters (8. 2 in) and only 560 millimeters (22 in) of precipitation annually; Puerto Bertoni on the Paraná Plateau has registered up to 3,300 millimeters (130 in) and 790 millimeters (31 in). Unlike the Parananaense area, the Chaco has a moist, drier tropic environment that borders on semi-dryness.
Chaco is experiencing alternating periods of flooding and desiccation, with moderate fluctuations in weather. In Chaco the average values decrease only slightly in winters. Precipitation is focused in the summers, and vast areas that are desert in the winters become marshlands.