Amazon Rainforest fire weather: Is it raining in the Amazon rainforest? – Express.co.uk

The yearly rainfall ranges from 80 to 400 inches (200 to 1,000cm).

Most of this rain, which can get very heavy, runs through the Amazon’s rainy season roughly from mid-December to mid-May.

But the Amazon is a massive forest, meaning its climate varies depending on what area.

It rains far less in central Amazonia than in the Peruvian Amazon or at the eastern Amazon of Brazil.

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