Bariloche’s climate ranges from very humid at the Andes (the region where it rains the most in Argentina ), to humid at the start of the Plateau. Rainfall increases westbound.
It is a climate typical of high mountains; more rain in winter with plenty of snow, and milder and dry during summer. Winds from the west (Pacific Ocean) prevail.
In summer, the days are warm and sunny, with maximum temperatures reaching 91 ºF. Daylight extends until 10 PM!
In winter, temperatures range from 32 to 50 ºF so it gets pretty cold. Snowfall is also frequent.
Both fall and spring are fresh, with cold nights. Autumn is when the wind is calmer however it rains more whereas spring is windier and dryer.