Originally Posted by calico2222
The equator goes right through Brazil, if I remember correctly. So if it's anything like Guam (13 degrees above the equator) there IS no winter. The only difference in the seasons is the humidity lets up in the winter months and the trade winds blow but it still is in the 80's/90's.
Yeah, you are right, but the Equator cuts Brasil in the north region... Brasil is quite "vertical" geographically, and Rio is ways away from the Equator. They do have Seasons in there - you do not want to be there in the summer
HOT, but PERFECT for the beach though
A summer day in Rio is ofen well over 100F...
A Winter Day is a Chilly 70F
... Rain can be the biggest problem, but not too bad