September Rainfall Averages for Brazil





The tables below give September 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

September rainfall averages
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
1 Apodí 0.2 4
10 Aracaju 3.6 91
7 Campina Grande 1.9 49
5 Fortaleza 0.9 23
11 João Pessoa 3.4 87
15 Maceió 5.1 130
8 Natal 2.3 59
1 Petrolina 0.1 3
13 Recife 4.8 122
12 Salvador 4.0 102
1 São Gonçalo 0.3 8
2 São Luis 0.9 23
2 Teresina 0.4 9

Southeast Brazil

Average September precipitation
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
5 Araçatuba 2.2 56
3 Belo Horizonte 1.5 39
7 Cabo Frio 2.3 58
5 Campinas 2.5 63
7 Campos do Jordão 3.6 92
6 Franca 2.9 75
11 Ilha Guaíba 4.1 105
7 Juiz de Fora 3.0 76
6 Mogi das Cruzes 2.3 57
7 Rio de Janeiro 2.1 54
11 Santos 5.1 130
5 São José dos Campos 2.1 53
7 São Paulo 2.8 71
6 Sorocaba 2.8 72
13 Ubatuba 6.9 175
5 Uberaba 2.1 53
9 Vitória 3.5 90

South Brazil

Average amount of rain in September
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
12 Caxias do Sul 7.0 179
9 Curitiba 4.7 119
11 Florianópolis 5.3 134
8 Foz do lguaçu 5.8 147
7 Londrina 4.1 104
8 Maringá 4.3 110
9 Ponta Grossa 4.9 124
10 Porto Alegre 5.6 142
9 Rio Grande 5.6 143

Center West Brazil

September precipitation averages
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
5 Brasília 2.2 55
5 Campo Grande 2.9 74
5 Cuiabá 2.2 56
5 Goiânia 1.8 45
4 Goiás 1.6 40
5 Pirenópolis 2.2 57

North Brazil

Average rainfall in September
Days Place Inches Milli­metres
15 Belém 5.7 145
11 Benjamin Constant 6.6 167
8 Boa Vista 3.9 99
10 Cruzeiro do Sul 5.3 135
5 Macapá 9.8 249
6 Manaus 2.9 74
2 Palmas 0.8 19
11 Porto Velho 4.7 120
7 Rio Branco 3.5 90
7 Santarém 2.3 58
18 Taracuá 9.8 249
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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