Cordoba can be a year round destination for tourists, although certain times are more comfortable than others.

            Two main issues that should be considered when planning a trip to Cordoba are the daytime temperatures, and the rainfall. 

            On average, the hottest months of the year are July and August, during which time the high temperatures will regularly reach the mid 90’s.  Even during the nights of these summer months, the temperatures won’t fall much past the mid 70’s.  On average, the coldest months of the year are December and January, during which time the average high temperatures will only reach the upper 50’s, while the nighttime temperatures will fall to the low 40’s.  These statistics show that freezing is never a consideration in Cordoba, but overheating may be a concern. 

            The winter months of December and January are not only the coldest ones, but also the rainiest.  On average, it will rain one out of three days during this stretch.  The driest months are those between June and September, during which time it may only rain once in thirty days. 

            For a real time weather forecast in Cordoba, check out Weather Now .  For more yearly temperature and precipitation details, visit Weather Averages.