April Rainfall Averages for Brazil





The tables below give April averages for rainfall at cities and other locations in Brazil. Each place has a total for how many days of wet weather it usually gets this month and for the normal amount of precipitation.

You can jump to a separate table for each region of the country: Northeast Brazil, Southeast Brazil, South Brazil, Center West Brazil and North Brazil.

The rainfall measurements are averages of weather data collected from 1961 to 1990.

Northeast Brazil

April rainfall averages
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
15 Apodí 7.9 202
15 Aracaju 10.3 261
11 Campina Grande 5.6 142
21 Fortaleza 14.0 356
17 João Pessoa 13.8 350
19 Maceió 10.6 269
16 Natal 10.4 265
6 Petrolina 2.7 68
18 Recife 13.3 338
17 Salvador 12.2 310
13 São Gonçalo 8.5 216
22 São Luis 18.7 476
16 Teresina 10.7 272

Southeast Brazil

Average April precipitation
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
4 Araçatuba 2.1 54
5 Belo Horizonte 2.2 56
8 Cabo Frio 3.1 79
5 Campinas 2.2 55
9 Campos do Jordão 3.9 99
7 Franca 3.4 87
11 Ilha Guaíba 6.4 162
7 Juiz de Fora 3.6 93
7 Mogi das Cruzes 1.9 49
9 Rio de Janeiro 3.7 95
12 Santos 7.6 194
5 São José dos Campos 2.4 60
7 São Paulo 2.9 73
5 Sorocaba 2.5 63
13 Ubatuba 9.4 239
6 Uberaba 3.5 90
9 Vitória 3.8 98

South Brazil

Average amount of rain in April
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
8 Caxias do Sul 3.9 100
8 Curitiba 3.7 95
8 Florianópolis 3.7 93
8 Foz do lguaçu 5.9 151
7 Londrina 4.2 108
7 Maringá 5.2 133
7 Ponta Grossa 3.9 99
7 Porto Alegre 3.0 77
5 Rio Grande 2.0 52

Center West Brazil

April precipitation averages
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
9 Brasília 4.9 124
7 Campo Grande 4.6 117
9 Cuiabá 4.9 125
8 Goiânia 4.7 119
8 Goiás 4.3 108
11 Pirenópolis 5.5 140

North Brazil

Average rainfall in April
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
24 Belém 13.9 353
16 Benjamin Constant 11.6 295
6 Boa Vista 3.5 89
15 Cruzeiro do Sul 9.6 244
21 Macapá 14.1 358
18 Manaus 12.3 311
7 Palmas 3.9 100
17 Porto Velho 9.9 251
14 Rio Branco 7.5 190
21 Santarém 13.7 347
19 Taracuá 14.1 358
Reference

Brasil INMET. Instituto Nacional de Meteorologia. Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento. Normais Climatológicas do Brasil 1961-1990.

Brazil Precipitation
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