• Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

    Share this video!http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in the Belo Horizonte LDS Mission (Brazil). Big range of weather with it very hot and dry north, and cold and snowy in the south.

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • Weather in Minas Gerais

    http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in Minas Gerais, Brazil and some helpful clothing tips for dealing with Brazilian weather.

    published: 12 Jul 2014
  • The End of a Cloudy Winter Day in Belo Horizonte City!

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. This video was shoot in the day and during the "Mineiraço" #MINEIRAZZO #Mineiraço #Mineiraso #Mineirasso #Mineirazo... Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located...

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • How safe is Belo Horizonte?

    http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL How safe is living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil?

    published: 12 Jul 2014
  • Rising Sun Belo Horizonte!

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Rising Sun Belo Horizonte! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due t...

    published: 01 May 2015
  • Strange Weather... Is El Niño Back?

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. After three days long of an extraordinary rain during our Dry Season, today appear these strange clouds... Is El Niño back?! Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). Climate change is a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in average weather conditions, or in the distribution of weather around the average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme weather events). Climate change is caused by factors such as biotic processes, va...

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • brazil belo horizonte city rainy day

    rainy day belo horizonte city brazil

    published: 26 Sep 2008
  • Sundown in Belo Horizonte

    This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors ...

    published: 22 Nov 2013
  • The End of the Rain Season?

    The weather is changing fast here... This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its ma...

    published: 28 Apr 2014
  • Our Winter Day!

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Our typical winter day... Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climat...

    published: 29 Jun 2014
  • A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte Full Length!

    This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has a...

    published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Brazil Belo Horizonte Mission

    http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Interesting facts about the Brazil Belo Horizonte Mission, some geography, history, etc. (LDS).

    published: 12 Jul 2014
  • BBC Weather Brazil

    published: 25 Mar 2012
  • Entardecer durante o Inverno em Belo Horizonte Full Length!

    This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Entardecer durante o Inverno em Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea....

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Full Length!

    This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incred...

    published: 17 Oct 2017
  • A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte!

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This...

    published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Anoitece em Belo Horizonte

    This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors ...

    published: 07 May 2013
  • Another Autumn Day in Belo Horizonte!

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate, now in Full HD Version. Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to i...

    published: 20 Jun 2014
  • Winter weather in Brazil - Year three report

    Willow class have been studying Brazil and created their own weather report. This followed their research into the climate of Brazil. I think you'll agree that they did an excellent job!

    published: 02 Oct 2012
  • Amanhecer de Primavera em BH

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to...

    published: 17 Oct 2017
  • BH Evening Entardecer em Belo Horizonte

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. BH Evening or Entardecer em BH! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is...

    published: 10 Aug 2014
  • Rising Sun Belo Horizonte Full Length!

    This the Full Length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Rising Sun Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredi...

    published: 01 May 2015
  • Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Segunda Versão

    This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Segunda Versão Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate....

    published: 17 Oct 2017
  • Weather in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL What the weather and seasons are like in the RIo de Janeiro Mission.

    published: 07 Mar 2014
  • Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

    Share this video!http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in the Belo Horizonte LDS Mission (Brazil). Big range of weather with it very hot and dry north, and cold and snowy in the south.

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • Cessna 208: flight from SBBH to SNCZ at bad weather

    C208 PP-ITY: flight from SBBH, Belo Horizonte-MG, to SNCZ, Ponte Nova, MG, Brazil.

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Sweater Weather - The Neighbourhood (Jansen cover)

    • ENVIEM COISAS LEGAIS! :D Caixa postal 1991 CEP: 30431970 Belo Horizonte - MG • Perguntas? #JansenResponde • MINHAS REDES SOCIAIS Twitter: https://twitter.com/anacjansen Instagram: http://instagram.com/acjansenn Tumblr: http://jansen4u.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anacjansen Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/anacjansen Snapchat: anacjansen • Contato: contatoanacjansen@gmail.com

    published: 05 Aug 2016
  • Linda decolagem do aeroporto de Montes Claros (MOC) no Embraer 195. Beautiful take-off from MOC.

    Bela decolagem do aeroporto de Montes Claros-MG (MOC), com destino ao aeroporto de Belo Horizonte-mg fins (CNF). Tempo muito bom, bela vista aérea da região. Aeronave Embraer 195 da Azul, registro PR-AUB (Nome Anjo Azul). Beautiful take-off from Montes Claros-MG airport (MOC), with destination to Belo Horizonte-Confins​ airport (CNF). Great weather, beautiful view of the region. Aircraft Embraer 195 from Azul airlines, registro PR-AUB (named Blue Angel).

    published: 08 May 2017
  • VÔO EM TEMPO REAL

    BELO HORIZONTE CONFINS (SBCF) - CAMPINAS VIRACOPOS (SBKP) IFR BOEING 737-800 PMDG - GOL LINHAS AÉREAS REAL WORLD DATA WEATHER BY JEPPESEN

    published: 19 Aug 2017
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Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

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Share this video!http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in the Belo Horizonte LDS Mission (Brazil). Big range of weather with it very hot and dry north, and cold and snowy in the south.
https://wn.com/Weather_In_The_Belo_Horizonte_Mission_(Brazil)
Weather in Minas Gerais

Weather in Minas Gerais

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http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in Minas Gerais, Brazil and some helpful clothing tips for dealing with Brazilian weather.
https://wn.com/Weather_In_Minas_Gerais
The End of a Cloudy Winter Day in Belo Horizonte City!

The End of a Cloudy Winter Day in Belo Horizonte City!

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. This video was shoot in the day and during the "Mineiraço" #MINEIRAZZO #Mineiraço #Mineiraso #Mineirasso #Mineirazo... Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. With an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/The_End_Of_A_Cloudy_Winter_Day_In_Belo_Horizonte_City
How safe is Belo Horizonte?

How safe is Belo Horizonte?

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http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL How safe is living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil?
https://wn.com/How_Safe_Is_Belo_Horizonte
Rising Sun Belo Horizonte!

Rising Sun Belo Horizonte!

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  • Updated: 01 May 2015
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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Rising Sun Belo Horizonte! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Rising_Sun_Belo_Horizonte
Strange Weather... Is El Niño Back?

Strange Weather... Is El Niño Back?

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. After three days long of an extraordinary rain during our Dry Season, today appear these strange clouds... Is El Niño back?! Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). Climate change is a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in average weather conditions, or in the distribution of weather around the average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme weather events). Climate change is caused by factors such as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions. Certain human activities have also been identified as significant causes of recent climate change, often referred to as "global warming". A climate record — extending deep into the Earth's past — has been assembled, and continues to be built up, based on geological evidence from borehole temperature profiles, cores removed from deep accumulations of ice, floral and faunal records, glacial and periglacial processes, stable-isotope and other analyses of sediment layers, and records of past sea levels. More recent data are provided by the instrumental record. General circulation models, based on the physical sciences, are often used in theoretical approaches to match past climate data, make future projections, and link causes and effects in climate change. The most general definition of climate change is a change in the statistical properties of the climate system when considered over long periods of time, regardless of cause. Accordingly, fluctuations over periods shorter than a few decades, such as El Niño, do not represent climate change. The term sometimes is used to refer specifically to climate change caused by human activity, as opposed to changes in climate that may have resulted as part of Earth's natural processes. In this sense, especially in the context of environmental policy, the term climate change has become synonymous with anthropogenic global warming. Within scientific journals, global warming refers to surface temperature increases while climate change includes global warming and everything else that increasing greenhouse gas levels will affect. On the broadest scale, the rate at which energy is received from the sun and the rate at which it is lost to space determine the equilibrium temperature and climate of Earth. This energy is distributed around the globe by winds, ocean currents, and other mechanisms to affect the climates of different regions. Whether the initial forcing mechanism is internal or external, the response of the climate system might be fast (e.g., a sudden cooling due to airborne volcanic ash reflecting sunlight), slow (e.g. thermal expansion of warming ocean water), or a combination (e.g., sudden loss of albedo in the arctic ocean as sea ice melts, followed by more gradual thermal expansion of the water). Therefore, the climate system can respond abruptly, but the full response to forcing mechanisms might not be fully developed for centuries or even longer. Scientists generally define the five components of earth's climate system to include atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere (restricted to the surface soils, rocks, and sediments), and biosphere. Natural changes in the climate system ("internal forcings") result in internal "climate variability". Examples include the type and distribution of species, and changes in ocean currents. Glaciers are considered among the most sensitive indicators of climate change. Their size is determined by a mass balance between snow input and melt output. As temperatures warm, glaciers retreat unless snow precipitation increases to make up for the additional melt; the converse is also true. The most significant climate processes since the middle to late Pliocene (approximately 3 million years ago) are the glacial and interglacial cycles. The present interglacial period (the Holocene) has lasted about 11,700 years. Shaped by orbital variations, responses such as the rise and fall of continental ice sheets and significant sea-level changes helped create the climate. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Strange_Weather..._Is_El_Niño_Back
brazil belo horizonte city rainy day

brazil belo horizonte city rainy day

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Sundown in Belo Horizonte

Sundown in Belo Horizonte

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This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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The End of the Rain Season?

The End of the Rain Season?

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The weather is changing fast here... This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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Our Winter Day!

Our Winter Day!

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Our typical winter day... Congratulations! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte Full Length!

A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte Full Length!

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This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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Brazil Belo Horizonte Mission

Brazil Belo Horizonte Mission

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http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Interesting facts about the Brazil Belo Horizonte Mission, some geography, history, etc. (LDS).
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BBC Weather   Brazil

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Entardecer durante o Inverno em Belo Horizonte Full Length!

Entardecer durante o Inverno em Belo Horizonte Full Length!

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This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Entardecer durante o Inverno em Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Full Length!

Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Full Length!

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This is a full length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
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A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte!

A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte!

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. A Winter Sun Up in Belo Horizonte! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/A_Winter_Sun_Up_In_Belo_Horizonte
Anoitece em Belo Horizonte

Anoitece em Belo Horizonte

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This is a Fast Forward Video of Belo Horizonte climate... Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Anoitece_Em_Belo_Horizonte
Another Autumn Day in Belo Horizonte!

Another Autumn Day in Belo Horizonte!

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate, now in Full HD Version. Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Another_Autumn_Day_In_Belo_Horizonte
Winter weather in Brazil - Year three report

Winter weather in Brazil - Year three report

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Willow class have been studying Brazil and created their own weather report. This followed their research into the climate of Brazil. I think you'll agree that they did an excellent job!
https://wn.com/Winter_Weather_In_Brazil_Year_Three_Report
Amanhecer de Primavera em BH

Amanhecer de Primavera em BH

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly throughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particular use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Amanhecer_De_Primavera_Em_Bh
BH Evening Entardecer em Belo Horizonte

BH Evening Entardecer em Belo Horizonte

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. BH Evening or Entardecer em BH! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Bh_Evening_Entardecer_Em_Belo_Horizonte
Rising Sun Belo Horizonte Full Length!

Rising Sun Belo Horizonte Full Length!

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This the Full Length video of a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Rising Sun Belo Horizonte Full Length! Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly thorughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particuar use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Rising_Sun_Belo_Horizonte_Full_Length
Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Segunda Versão

Amanhecer de Primavera em BH Segunda Versão

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This is a Fast Forward Timeline Time Lapse Video of Belo Horizonte climate. Amanhecer de Outono em BH Segunda Versão Belo Horizonte's latitude at 19'55"South places it in the tropical zone but its climate is more subtropical because of its altitude. Yearly temperatures average between 9 and 35 °C (48 and 95 °F). The Köppen climate classification of the region is tropical savanna climate (Aw) and it borders on a humid subtropical climate (Cwa), (tropical on high altitudes, humid/warm summer and a dry/cool winter). As a city located in the southern Hemisphere, Belo Horizonte's spring starts in September, its summer in December, its autumn in March, and its winter in June. Belo Horizonte is located about 300 kilometers (190 mi) distant from the sea. Brazil has an incredibly diverse climate. This is due to its massive size, along with other factors such as temperature, altitude, barometric pressure and proximity to the ocean. It's got conditions suitable for everyone! It has a predominantly tropical climate; 92% of the country is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn. It also has equatorial and subtropical strips (temperate zones) distributed over the remaining 8% of the country. The seasons in Brazil (excluding the north) are the exact opposite of those in Europe and the USA. In the north the average annual temperature is around 28ºC. In the south, it's a lot cooler in comparison; it stays around 20ºC. Extreme temperatures are rare but occasionally do happen. Sometimes we get frost and snow in the south and during mid summer, temperatures in Rio ca get up to a sizzling 40ºC. In general, Brazil has an excellent climate. With average temperatures exceeding 20°C, it's the perfect year round destination. Due to its large size, the climate of South America varies with each region, determined by their own geographical location, ocean currents and winds. Keeping that in mind, its climate is as varied as you can get. Let's remember that South America is the world's fourth-largest continent, with an extension of 17,840,000 km², covering approximately 12% of the Earth's land. Climate is usually defined as the "average weather" over a period of time, usually a 30 years span, the average daily and seasonal weather for a region; including temperature, precipitation, wind, and sunshine. Weather averages for 30 years - often called "normals" - are much more reliable guides than the weather for the last year or few years. Since forecasts aren't possible for more than a week or so ahead, you need to rely on weather averages to find a pattern. The climate of South America has a distinct wet and dry season throughout, making overall generalizations not particularly useful. The Andean regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia share in common - from May to November - the driest and coldest time of the year. As you move away from the Equator and reach higher altitudes, temperature changes more dramatically, from below the freezing point in the dry season to around 28°C (82.4°F) or more in the wet season. Rain is spread more or less evenly throughout the year, making the wet season not too wet after all, particularly if you compare it with the Amazon river basin, coastal parts of French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname, the southwestern parts of Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coasts. The Amazon river basin has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forests. There, climate turns hot and humid - with temperatures in the range of 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The less wet season in the jungle roughly corresponds to the dry season in the Andes mountains. Further down south, Chile and Argentina cover such a range of latitudes and elevations that make generalizations of not particular use. They do, however, share some common weather patterns, like in Patagonia for instance, with temperatures below freezing during their winter months and incessant winds anytime of year. Buenos Aires weather can get unbearable hot and humid during summer, not the ideal time to visit if you can avoid it. In general terms, the climate of South America seems to be more benign and pleasant during shoulder seasons: autumn and spring. Antarctica can only be reached during summer months - Nov. to March - as the remainig part of the year the access route is blocked by ice. It has the strongest winds on the planet and the minimum annual rainfall. Two recurrent weather phenomenons affecting the climate of South America - and world's climate - are El Niño and La Niña. When winds slow, ocean circulation decreases and eastern Pacific surface temperatures warm, it's called El Niño or "warm event". Conversely, when strong winds appear, ocean circulation increases and eastern Pacific ocean temperatures cool, we are in front of La Niña, also known as "El Viejo" (anti-El Niño) or "cold event". Frederico Custodio Ribeiro
https://wn.com/Amanhecer_De_Primavera_Em_Bh_Segunda_Versão
Weather in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Weather in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL What the weather and seasons are like in the RIo de Janeiro Mission.
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Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

Weather in the Belo Horizonte Mission (Brazil)

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Share this video!http://preparetoserve.com/BRAZIL Weather in the Belo Horizonte LDS Mission (Brazil). Big range of weather with it very hot and dry north, and cold and snowy in the south.
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Cessna 208: flight from SBBH to SNCZ at bad weather

Cessna 208: flight from SBBH to SNCZ at bad weather

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C208 PP-ITY: flight from SBBH, Belo Horizonte-MG, to SNCZ, Ponte Nova, MG, Brazil.
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Sweater Weather - The Neighbourhood (Jansen cover)

Sweater Weather - The Neighbourhood (Jansen cover)

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• ENVIEM COISAS LEGAIS! :D Caixa postal 1991 CEP: 30431970 Belo Horizonte - MG • Perguntas? #JansenResponde • MINHAS REDES SOCIAIS Twitter: https://twitter.com/anacjansen Instagram: http://instagram.com/acjansenn Tumblr: http://jansen4u.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anacjansen Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/anacjansen Snapchat: anacjansen • Contato: contatoanacjansen@gmail.com
https://wn.com/Sweater_Weather_The_Neighbourhood_(Jansen_Cover)
Linda decolagem do aeroporto de Montes Claros (MOC) no Embraer 195.  Beautiful take-off from MOC.

Linda decolagem do aeroporto de Montes Claros (MOC) no Embraer 195. Beautiful take-off from MOC.

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Bela decolagem do aeroporto de Montes Claros-MG (MOC), com destino ao aeroporto de Belo Horizonte-mg fins (CNF). Tempo muito bom, bela vista aérea da região. Aeronave Embraer 195 da Azul, registro PR-AUB (Nome Anjo Azul). Beautiful take-off from Montes Claros-MG airport (MOC), with destination to Belo Horizonte-Confins​ airport (CNF). Great weather, beautiful view of the region. Aircraft Embraer 195 from Azul airlines, registro PR-AUB (named Blue Angel).
https://wn.com/Linda_Decolagem_Do_Aeroporto_De_Montes_Claros_(Moc)_No_Embraer_195._Beautiful_Take_Off_From_Moc.
VÔO EM TEMPO REAL

VÔO EM TEMPO REAL

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BELO HORIZONTE CONFINS (SBCF) - CAMPINAS VIRACOPOS (SBKP) IFR BOEING 737-800 PMDG - GOL LINHAS AÉREAS REAL WORLD DATA WEATHER BY JEPPESEN
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