Weather in Tambopata on February.
What is the average temperature during the month of February?
The average temperature in Tambopata National Reserve during February for any given day varies between a maximum temperature of 28°C (82°F) and a minimum of 23°C (73°F). It is commonly described as pleasantly warm, humid but cool.
How much does it rain during the month of February?
In Tambopata National Reserve during the month of February, there is an 87% chance of rain on an average day and on an average day that it does rain, you will have up to 0.48 inches (12.3 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as light rain.
This is the rainiest month in Tambopata National Reserve, so keep in mind that it is very likely that this destination will be expecting constant rainy days.
How cloudy is Tambopata National Reserve during February?
The average time that the sky is clear and sunny in Tambopata National Reserve during February is 4.2 hours (17% of the day).
When does the sun rise and set during the month of February?
A typical day in Tambopata National Reserve during February will average 12.5 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 6:34 AM and sunset at 7:06 PM.
How humid is it?
In February, Tambopata National Reserve is quite humid with an average of 93% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. February has the highest relative humidity of the entire year.
How windy is it in February?
Historically, the wind in Tambopata National Reserve during February blows at an average speed of 4.8 mph (7.8 kph).
What should I bring if I travel in February?
With an average high of 28°C (82°F) and a low of 23°C (73°F), it is generally pleasantly warm, humid but cool, presenting no major difficulty for your trip as there is also a good chance of rain. With this in mind, most people will dress in something very light, such as a sleeveless shirt, and decide to complement it with a rain jacket or rain poncho and some boots for walking in the mud.
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