Natal Brazil

Information about the city of Natal, in Brazil.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Weather report

As predicted by the weather forecast institutions, April is being a wet month.
March was much drier than anticipated, with only a few rainy days.
Since the second week of April, there have been showers nearly every day. The forecast until the end of the month is of frequent raining.
Rains in Natal follow certain patterns. First: rains almost always come from the sea towards the continent. Rains are short lasting (the time it takes for the cloud to travel across the city); sometimes, it rains in Ponta Negra, but it doesn't in Praia do Meio (and vice-versa). Rains come in bursts: instead of a continuous rain, there are a few short rains with dry intervals.

Temperature is still pleasant. Tourists still wear t-shirts, shorts and slippers, no need to wear coats.


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