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Buenos Aires Weather in March, Argentina


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Buenos Aires Averages March

  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Sea Temperature?
    Average daily sea temperatures and divided by the number of days in the month. Sea Temperatures are taken from buoys, ships and even satellites can calculate sea temperature based on energy that is radiated from the sea's surface

    Sea Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    7 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    9 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    90 mm

Buenos Aires Daily Averages March

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What's the Weather Like in Buenos Aires in March


The city of Buenos Aires experiences a further decline in daily temperatures in the first month of autumn. Travelers visiting this destination in March usually experience temperatures ranging from 17C (62.6F) to 26C (78.8F). Occasional breaches of these values are possible, though. Low temperatures tend to decrease down to 12C (53.6F), sometimes more. High temperatures, on the other hand, might increase up to 30C (86F), even more on rare occasions. In March, Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, features significantly higher lows and similar highs to Santiago, the capital of Chile.

Minimum and maximum daily temperatures decrease at a slow pace in the course of the month. At the beginning of March, daily highs are around 26C (78.8F), while lows are around 20C (68F). By the end of the month, these parameters are approx. 23C (73.4F) and 17C (62.6F). The projection of air temperatures on the graph reveals that afternoons are warm (over 24C/75.2F) until around March 21. The rest of the time, the city features pleasant temperatures.


The first month of autumn grants to Buenos Aires between 7 and 7:30 hours of sunshine per day on average. The probability of cloud cover is on a slight increase this time of year. At the beginning of March, it is 30% likely that the sky over the city will be overcast or mostly cloudy. At the end of the month, this possibility is 33%. Still, the destination has sunny weather approximately 60% of daylight hours. 


According to statistics, March is the rainiest month in the largest city of Argentina. The approximate amount of rainfall the destination receives is 150 mm/5.9 in, which is around 20% more than in February. Yet, the number of wet days remains virtually unchanged since the aforementioned amount of precipitation falls across no more than 9 days. The likelihood of rain to fall is typically around 30% throughout the month. The accumulation of rainfall is usually constant regardless of the time of the month.

On the bright side, rain is most likely to fall at night for the biggest part of March. Only the introductory days of the month are the exception in this regard. Then, mid-afternoon is the most likely time of the day to be wet. The lowest possibility of rainy weather is around mid-evening (around 9 pm).

Wind speed

The average speed of the wind is constant in the course of the month. It features a slight increase from 4.5 m/s to 4.6 m/s from the beginning to the end of the period. Early evenings are usually least windy, with the wind speed decreasing down to 3.9 m/s. In most cases, mornings around 10 am are windy the most, with the wind developing speed up to 5.1 m/s.


The average relative humidity in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires is around 72% in the month of March. With such a value, you can experience everything from oppressive to dry conditions. However, the probability of a humid weather (oppressive and muggy) is on the rapid decline as the time passes.

Sunrise and sunset

The capital city of Argentina has the longest daylight on March 1 in this month. On that day, the sun appears at 6:40 am and disappears at 7:30 pm, 12:50 hours later. On March 31, the city has 11:44 hours of daylight, from 7:05 am to 6:49 pm.

Average sea temperature

In March, the temperature of sea typically fluctuates from 21C (69.8F) to 25C (77F) in this Argentine destination.

Extraordinary weather occurrences

Argentina experienced some of the biggest floods in the recorded history during the last several years. Some of these took place in the area around Buenos Aires, too. These are typically the outcome of the abundant rainfall.

Buenos Aires Hotels in March

March announces the beginning of a shoulder season in Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America. Still, airline fares and hotel deals are comparatively higher than during other autumn months in this Argentinian destination.

Voyage Recoleta Hostel

Voyage Recoleta Hostel disposes of private rooms and dorms featuring shared or private bathrooms. Other basic facilities of the hostel are a kitchen, living room, terrace and free internet access.

Intersur Suites

Intersur Suites is a 3-star hotel featuring double, triple and quadruple rooms. Some in-room amenities are free wireless internet, climate control, cable TVs, safety deposit boxes, minibars and room service. The hotel is conveniently located in regard to most top tourist attractions of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.

Carles Hotel

Carles Hotel is an upscale, 4-star property located in the downtown area. Its executive and double rooms and suites range in size from 22 m2 to 48 m2. The accommodation units are equipped with free Wi-Fi, soundproof windows, electronic safes, LED TVs and telephones. Some complimentary facilities and amenities of Carles Hotel are a lounge bar, business center, gym, solarium, and room and wake up services.

Alvear Art Hotel

Alvear Art Hotel is a high-end accommodation provider located in the heart of Queen of the Plata. Rooms and suites range in size from 35 m2 to 70 m2. Some amenities the hotel's guests benefit of are free internet access, TVs with flat screens, king-size beds and Jacuzzis. Additional facilities of Alvear Art Hotel are a business center, bar, restaurant, indoor pool, fitness center and a spa.

Bars and restaurants

Dining in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires can be everything from very affordable to very expensive. Choripan, a popular type of sandwich in Argentina, will hardly set you back over 1 USD, for example. For a lunch menu, plan to spend up to 7 USD in most cases. Besides choripan, make sure to try empanadasasado (barbecue), Provoleta cheesealfajores and unavoidable steaks among local specialties. Restaurants and bars serving international food are available.

Burger Joint

Burger Joint is a fast food restaurant excelling in burgers. Some burgers in their menu are Mexican, Blue (with Roquefort), Tevez (reminding of Argentine asado) and Jamaican. A vegetarian burger is also on offer. Burger Joint is open daily from noon to midnight, even longer on weekends.

Positano Lirica

Positano Lirica is an Italian-style restaurant that offers its guests a chance to enjoy a Venetian-style show. As you dine and have a glass of wine, you may have a chance to listen to Canzonettas and Arias at your table. Positano Lirica is open from 8 pm to 2 am, Friday to Saturday, and between 3 pm and 8 pm on Sunday.

Dario Gualtieri Bistro

Dario Gualtieri Bistro is a fine-dining venue serving vegetarian and gluten-free dishes. In the restaurant's menu, you will find prawns, octopuses and pastas among other alternatives. Many guests find that wines match the selection of dishes perfectly. Dario Gualtieri Bistro is open between 8 pm and 10:30 pm, Tuesday to Saturday.  

Verne Club

Verne Club is a cocktail bar featuring a selection of great cocktails and pleasant vibe. With the appropriate interior design, it is an especially interesting place for fans of Jules Verne. Elefante Bianco, London Fog and Rocio De Mar are some highly-recommended drinks available in the menu. Verne Club is open daily from 8 pm or 9 pm until 2 am at least.

Things to do in Buenos Aires in March

Monument to General San Martin

The San Martin Monument, in San Martin Plaza (the Retiro neighborhood), honors General San Martin, a famous "liberator" of South America. Besides Simon Bolivar, after whom Bolivia derives its name, San Martin was one of the key figures in the wars for independence from Spain. Jose de San Martin was at the head of the struggle that liberated Argentina, Chile and Peru from the colonial rule. The San Martin Monument is the most important monument in the city of Buenos Aires, visited by dignitaries during state visits.

Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires

The Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the most striking edifices in the largest city of Argentina. By taking its appearance into account, you would hardly classify the venue into Christian religious structures. Its neoclassical style rather resembles an ancient Greek temple. Yet, 12 Corinthian columns, supporting a triangular pediment, symbolize 12 Christian apostles.

Furthermore, the impressive cathedral shelters the remains of General San Martin, the Liberator of Argentina. You will recognize the national hero's tomb by a big Argentine flag and statues made of marble that flank the sarcophagus. Furthermore, pay attention to stained-glass windows, marble columns and Italian-style mosaics of the Catedral Metropolitana while you are inside.