Weather at this moment in Trinidad, Bolivia
Weather in Trinidad, Bolivia
Trinidad is located in north east of Bolivia. Trinidad has an average temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Trinidad has a hot and humid climate characteristic of Amazonian cities.
Trinidad has a population of approximately 89,613 inhabitants is located at 426 feet above sea level. During the rainy season (Dec-April) and thanks to the persistent rains, floods in the surrounding area are frequent.
Bolivia is located in the southern hemisphere and so the cold season (autumn and winter) go from May to September and the hot seasons (spring and summer) from October to April, it’s also considered the rainy season
Average Temperatures and rain precipitation for Trinidad, month by month
Spring weather in Trinidad, Bolivia: Spring weather is mildly hot and rainy but not as rainy as the summer. The spring season in Trinidad goes from Sep 21st to Dec. 21St with an average High of 33 C (91.7 F) and an average Low of 21 C (70.3 F).
Summer weather in Trinidad, Bolivia: Summer weather is hot, rainy and humid. The summer season in Trinidad goes from December 21st to March 21St with an average High of 31 C (88 F) and an average Low of 22 C (72 F).
Fall weather in Trinidad, Bolivia: Fall weather is mildly hot and fairly rainy but not as rainy as the summer. The fall season in the Trinidad goes from March 21st to June 21St with an average High of 30 C (86.7 F) and an average Low of 19.3 C (67.3 F).
Winter weather in Trinidad, Bolivia: Winter weather is fair and not as rainy as the summer, it’s considered the dry season. Winter season in the Trinidad goes from June 21st to September 21St with an average High of 30.3 C (87 F) and an average Low of 17.3 C (64 F).
See table above for additional reference.
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Weather Facts of Trinidad, Bolivia
Current weather conditions and 3 day forecast for Trinidad
Satellite view of the weather in Trinidad (for the last 8 hrs.)
Best season to visit Trinidad
The dry season is best time to travel to Trinidad (from May to October) due to the better road conditions, generally sunny skies and warm temperatures during the day but cold during the night; be careful of the “surazos” (cold fronts coming from the south pole) and your trip will be a delight.
Have in mind that during the rainy season (December to March) normally some dirt roads become flooded and it could take sometime until tractors clear them, this is certainly true on the Amazon region, on the north and west side of the country.