What is the coldest city in South America?

It is worth noting that this is the lowest low altitude temperature recorded in South America: it has almost certainly got colder in the High Andes at some point.

What is the coldest temperature in South America?

South America: Lowest Temperature

Record Value -32.8°C (-27°F)
Date of Event 1/6/1907
Instrumentation Maximum/Minimum Thermometer in Standard Stevenson Screen
Geospatial Location Sarmiento, Argentina [54°21’S 68°11’W, elevation: 268 m (879 ft)]

Which capital city in South America has the coldest climate and why?

It’s nothing that I can prove, it’s just that I don’t quite trust that the record low of -27.4 F in Sarmiento, Argentina back in 1907 is actually the coldest it has ever been in South America.

What is the coldest place in South?

It’s 84 °F in Delcambre (del-kum) Louisiana today, but not if you work in the freezer.

How hot is South America?

Temperatures are still high and annual variations small, but daily temperature extremes are greater, typically ranging from a low of 65 °F (18 °C) to a high of 95 °F (35 °C).

Where is the best climate in South America?

With a perfect score of 100 and for the second year in a row, Ecuador comes out on top in the Climate category and is the overall runner up in this year’s Global Retirement Index. Situated directly on the equator, the country enjoys 12 hours of direct equatorial daylight 365 days a year.

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Which is colder north or south pole?

The Short Answer: Both the Arctic (North Pole) and the Antarctic (South Pole) are cold because they don’t get any direct sunlight. However, the South Pole is a lot colder than the North Pole.