Overall Climate in Argentina: July- September
July and August fall within Argentina’s winter season. Winters in Argentina can get very cold, depending on the area and the altitude. Winters in most of Northern Argentina are much milder than the southern regions. September is the start of Argentina’s spring season, however the beginning of spring has the lowest spring temperatures, so it can still be quite chilly throughout the country. In general, the weather in Argentina this time of the year can be described as fairly dry and cold.
Weather in Northern Argentina: July - September
In northern Argentina, winters are an average of 57 degrees Fahrenheit. September is when it starts to warm up a little with an average temperature of 65 degrees in northern regions.
Rainfall in northern Argentina during this time of the year is dependent on the specific area and humidity levels. Some parts average rainfall can be 10 inches, while other areas of northern Argentina only average around 5 inches.
It does not snow during the months of July, August, and September in most parts of northern Argentina.
What to wear
The ideal hunting attire for July through September in northern Argentina is long pants for protection, a long sleeve shirt, and a light jacket. You should also make sure to check the forecast for a chance of rain. In the case of rain, bring extra socks, waterproof boots and a rain jacket.
Weather in Central Argentina: July - September
Central Argentina’s average winter temperature is 50 degrees, which is cooler than the north but warmer than the south. The average temperature in September in this area is around 57 degrees.
The average rainfall in central Argentina in July and August is around 2.5 inches a month. The precipitation slightly increases in September to an average of nearly 3 inches as temperatures get warmer. This is a dry time of year.
Snow is possible in central Argentina in the months of July and August, but still pretty rare. The temperatures are usually too high for snow. In September, the risk of snow goes down even more making it highly unlikely.
What to wear
During this time of the year in central Argentina, it can get cool. When hunting, you will want to make sure to wear layers so you can adjust to your comfort level. Some suggest wearing long pants, long sleeves, a light to medium weight jacket, and even bringing a winter hat.
Weather in Southern Argentina: July - September
The average temperature in southern Argentina in the winter is 39 degrees, but below 32 degrees is very common in areas with higher altitudes. During this time of year, the south is generally the coldest part of the country. The average temperature in September is slightly warmer at around 46 degrees. It is typical for the weather to warm up during the days, but the nights to be cool.
With low temperatures often reaching below freezing, rain is much less common than snow in July and August. Precipitation as a whole is low during the dry winter months, but when it does happen it is usually in the form of snow.
Frost and snow are very common during the winter months in Southern Argentina. Certain areas can get up to 13 inches of snow, but on average there are around 6 inches of snow in southern Argentina during winter months. September can still get snow, but it is less common than July and August getting snow.
What to wear
You can prepare for a hunt in southern Argentina this time of year by bundling up in long johns, long water resistant pants, a sweatshirt, a heavy jacket, a hat, gloves, and snow boots. As spring arrives in September, do not be fooled, as it still may be cold. Also, make sure to bring the appropriate colored camouflage to blend in with the snowy climate.
Species Available to Hunt in Argentina: July - September
Throughout the months of July, August, and September, there is a wide variety of species available to hunt. Snowy conditions may also help with visibility, as many of the following species best camouflage in warmer weather seasons. Winter is the best time for bird hunting due to the much lower chance of rain. The clear winter skies make for high visibility.
- Red Stag (March- July)
- Water Buffalo (March- November)
- Feral Goat (March- November)
- Axis Deer (March- November)
- Fallow Deer (March- July)
- Blackbuck (March- November)
- European Mouflon (March- November)
- Multi Horned Ram (March- November)
- Wild Sheep (March- November)
- European Wild Boar (March- November)
- Whitetail Deer (June- September)
- Dove & Pigeon (year round)
- Duck (May- August)
- Perdiz (May- August)
- Dorado Fishing (year round)
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