Weather in Guatemala: temperature and probability of rain in Guatemala City on March 12

Weather in Guatemala: temperature and probability of rain in Guatemala City on March 12

Climate information is increasingly relevant to society. (GlobeLiveMedia/Jovani Perez)

Spring, summer, fall or winter, these days it doesn’t matter what season of the year, given the recent climate change that turns a scorching sunny afternoon into a storm in the blink of an eye.

Finding out about the weather has become a habit for many people to know what to wear, what shoes to choose, plan a trip or decide whether or not to carry an umbrella. Below we present the weather in Guatemala City.

During the day temperature it will reach a maximum of 26 degrees, the probability of rain It will be 55%, with 66% cloudiness, while wind gusts will reach 46 kilometers per hour.

As for ultraviolet rays, they should reach a level of up to 10.

For the night, temperature will reach 17 degrees, while precipitation forecast it will be 20%, with 95% cloudiness, while wind gusts will be 33 kilometers per hour during the day.

The climate of Guatemala City is mainly tropical, with average temperatures between 13 and 28 degrees.

The rains dominate between the months of May and October, while the driest season It occurs between the months of November to April.

    (Picture: File)
(Picture: file)

The climate in Guatemala

Being on the Tropic of Cancer, in the nation of Guatemala, the climate is mainly tropical.

However, the weather changes depending on the region of the country, whether it is in the plains and coasts or mountains zone.

On the coasts and plains, which cover most of Guatemala, the climate is mainly tropical, while in the mountainous areas the prevailing weather is dry and cool.

The rainy season in Guatemala it begins in May and continues until October, while the dry season It runs from December to April.

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