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Clima
 
 

The rivers that surround it cause a benign climate in the region. The province of Entre Ríos it is characterized to possess two types of climates: toward the north their characteristics correspond to the subtropical while temperate and humid climate they correspond to the region center and south.

The disposition of the two climate types determines that the temperature has a progressive decrease of north to south, the same as the precipitations that diminish from north to south and of this to west for the influence of the winds coming from the Atlantic. To the north of the province the summers they are presented with constantly high temperatures with temperatures stockings that are located between the 25 and 26 grades, while the winters are soft and benign, with temperatures stockings that oscillate between the 10 and 16 grades.

The temperate climate that reigns to the south of the province determines that the summers they are tempered with temperatures stockings of 20º and the accented winters with temperatures stockings of 10 º being frequent the freezes. In this area they stand out the stations some of other, the humidity is high and they impose its influence the winds Pampero and the Polar Air that make descend the temperature. The precipitations in the south are less frequent and they diminish in winter.