Climate In Colombia
The Tropical Climate in Colombia
The climate in Colombia is tropical, but the intensity of heat varies according to region. At sea level, Colombia is very hot, but once you climb a bit in altitude, the temperature quickly becomes a comfortable.
The temperature in all areas of Colombia typically ranges between 50°F and 80°F throughout the year. Average annual humidity is around 70%. Average annual rainfall in most parts of Colombia is about 80 inches. Mountainous regions and any area above sea level may experience cooler temperatures and lower humidity.
Called the “City of Eternal Springtime,” Medellin is blessed with mild temperatures year round, with two rainy seasons, from March to May and from September through December.
As in any country, weather depends on your region, but generally Colombia enjoys a temperate, mild climate with little temperature change throughout the year.
Colombian Dry Seasons: April to May, October to November.
Colombian Rainy Seasons: December to January, July to August.
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