Cartago has many different climates, but is dominated by Af.
|Tropical rainforest climate||35||Af||Turrialba, Cachí, Atirro, San Antonio de Santa Cruz, Juan Viñas|
|Subtropical highland oceanic climate||12||Cwb||Cartago, San Rafael, El Tejar, Corralillo, Quebradilla|
|Oceanic climate||10||Cfb||Pacayas, Tierra Blanca, Cot, Potrero Cerrado, Santa Rosa de Oreamuno|
|Tropical monsoon climate||5||Am||Orosi, Paraíso, Lourdes, Dulce Nombre, Llanos de Santa Lucía|
|Tropical savanna climate||3||Aw||Tres Ríos, San Isidro de El Guarco, Las Margaritas|
This city has a tropical climate. Turrialba is a city with a significant rainfall. Even in the driest month there is a lot of rain. This climate is considered to be Af according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In Turrialba, the average annual temperature is 19.8 °C | 67.6 °F. The rainfall here is around 3600 mm | 141.7 inch per year.
The climate in Cachí is warm and temperate. In Cachí there is a lot of rain even in the driest month. This location is classified as Cfb by Köppen and Geiger. In Cachí, the average annual temperature is 19.1 °C | 66.4 °F. In a year, the rainfall is 2537 mm | 99.9 inch.
This city has a tropical climate. There is significant rainfall in most months of the year. The short dry season has little effect on the overall climate. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is Am. In Atirro, the average annual temperature is 20.5 °C | 69.0 °F. About 2537 mm | 99.9 inch of precipitation falls annually.
San Antonio de Santa Cruz
The climate here is mild, and generally warm and temperate. San Antonio de Santa Cruz has a significant amount of rainfall during the year. This is true even for the driest month. This location is classified as Cfb by Köppen and Geiger. In San Antonio de Santa Cruz, the average annual temperature is 17.5 °C | 63.5 °F. In a year, the rainfall is 3600 mm | 141.7 inch.