How much snow does Buenos Aires get?
Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city in Argentina. The city rarely sees snow but accumulates up to 24.76 inches (629 millimeters) of precipitation.
Does it rain a lot in Buenos Aires?
It rains the least in winter here (an average of around 2 inches per month, compared to 4 inches per month in summer, and usually somewhere in between the two during spring and autumn). In fact, it does not rain much at all year-round in Buenos Aires.
Does Santiago get snow?
Although rare, snow is not unheard of in Santiago. Last year, the city was hit by the worst snowstorm in almost 50 years.
Is Buenos Aires expensive?
Buenos Aires ranked 41st out of 207 cities in the 2016 Mercer Cost of Living Survey, placing it as more expensive than Sydney and Paris, but cheaper than London and New York City.
Why is Buenos Aires so cold?
The South Pacific High is the origin of polar air masses that are responsible for the coldest temperatures and result in clear and very dry conditions. These air masses originate from the South Pacific high and move in a northeastern direction during winter towards Buenos Aires by passing.
How cold is winter in Argentina?
The range of mean temperatures for summer months (December to February) is about 72–75 °F (22–24 °C), whereas that for winter months (June to August) is about 46–55 °F (8–13 °C).
What are the coldest months in Buenos Aires?
January is the hottest month in Buenos Aires with an average temperature of 25°C (77°F) and the coldest is June at 12°C (54°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in February.