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Climate & Weather in Uruguay

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Uruguay features a temperate climate with four seasons. Since Uruguay lies in the southern hemisphere, the summer months are from December to mid-March and the winter is from June to August. Summers are usually hot, autumns mild, winters are cold and wet and springs are cool, windy and wet.

Rainfall is relatively evenly distributed throughout the seasons with an annual average of 100cm / 39".

The best time to tour Uruguay is during the summer months, between December and mid-March when the weather is most pleasant and average daytime temperatures are around 27C / 81F.

Weather Averages in Uruguay


Montevideo
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Average Temperature
72°F
22°C
71°F
22°C
68°F
20°C
62°F
17°C
56°F
13°C
51°F
11°C
50°F
10°C
51°F
11°C
54°F
12°C
58°F
14°C
64°F
18°C
69°F
21°C
Average High Temperature
83°F
28°C
82°F
28°C
78°F
26°C
71°F
22°C
64°F
18°C
59°F
15°C
58°F
14°C
59°F
15°C
63°F
17°C
68°F
20°C
74°F
23°C
79°F
26°C
Average Low Temperature
62°F
17°C
61°F
16°C
59°F
15°C
53°F
12°C
48°F
C
43°F
C
43°F
C
43°F
C
46°F
C
49°F
C
54°F
12°C
59°F
15°C
Highest Recorded Temperature
109°F
43°C
105°F
41°C
101°F
38°C
98°F
37°C
87°F
31°C
81°F
27°C
83°F
28°C
79°F
26°C
86°F
30°C
94°F
34°C
98°F
37°C
102°F
39°C
Lowest Recorded Temperature
46°F
C
46°F
C
40°F
C
36°F
C
29°F
-2°C
28°F
-2°C
26°F
-3°C
25°F
-4°C
29°F
-2°C
29°F
-2°C
38°F
C
41°F
C
Average Precipitation
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
4"
10cm
4"
10cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm
3"
8cm




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