Climate of Argentina
Argentina is subject to a variety of climates. The north of the country, including latitudes in and below the Tropic of Capricorn, is characterized by very hot, humid summers (which result in a lot of...
Climate of Argentina - Wikipedia
Zonda wind
Zonda wind (in Spanish, viento zonda) is a regional term for the foehn wind that often occurs on the eastern slope of the Andes, in Argentina. The Zonda is a dry wind (often carrying dust) which comes...
Pampas
The Pampas (from Quechua pampa, meaning "plain") are fertile South American lowlands, covering more than 750,000 km (289,577 sq mi), that include the Argentine provinces of Buenos Aires...
Pampas - Wikipedia
Sudestada
Sudestada (Southeast blow) is the Spanish name for a climatic phenomenon common to the Río de la Plata (an estuary formed by the combination of the Uruguay River and the Paraná River on the southeaste...
Wet Andes
The Wet Andes (Spanish: Andes húmedos) is a climatic and glaciological subregion of the Andes. Together with the Dry Andes it is one of the two subregions of the Argentine and Chilean Andes. The W...
Wet Andes - Wikipedia
July 2007 Argentine winter storm
The July 2007 Argentine winter storm resulted from the interaction of an area of low pressure systems across central Argentina and the entry of a massive polar cold snap during the 6–8 July 2007; i...
July 2007 Argentine winter storm - Wikipedia
Dry Andes
The Dry Andes (Spanish: Andes áridos) is a climatic and glaciological subregion of the Andes. Together with the Wet Andes it is one of the two subregions of the Argentine and Chilean Andes. The Dr...
Dry Andes - Wikipedia