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The climate in Argentina

The elongated Argentina has many different climate types. The north-east, which borders Brazil, has a subtropical climate. In the north-west, hidden behind the Andes, there is a dry and warm steppe climate. Summer in Argentina runs from December to March and is for the north and centre of the country, the wettest period. As you head south the temperature drops. Patagonia has a cold desert climate, with up to 200 mm of precipitation per year. The very tip, Fire Island, borders the Antarctic. In summers it doesn’t get warmer than 15 °C. The Andes mountains, which in some places reach 7,000 metres, prevent the precipitation carried by the

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