What’s the weather like in Uruguay?
Uruguay is a temperate country. Not tropical. There are four seasons.
Spring September, October, November
Summer December, January, February
Autumn March, April, May
Winter June, July and August.
High season in Uruguay are the hottest months temperature wise –January and February– but then is not necessarily the best time to plan your visit. My analysis takes into account summer temperatures, when the beaches are emptiest, hotel prices the lowest and cultural events the most vibrant.
The temperatures make it look like it’s balmy out – but beware! What temperatures to expect in winter and what to wear
Between November and March, if you go out at midday for more than 15 minutes without sunscreen on, you are going to get burned. Uruguay, Argentina and Chile are perilously close to a big hole in the ozone layer and it’s extremely easy to ruin your holiday on the very first day if you don’t take special precautions. This article is essential reading for anyone planning to visit the Southern Hemisphere in summer.
MORE URUGUAY CLIMATE RELATED READING YOU’LL ENJOY
- The mystery of the Storm of Santa Rosa The big storm that comes every year in August – well, almost every year
- Pura vida! The air in Uruguay is the purest in the world And that’s official