It’s winter time in Brazil—what does that mean, exactly? Will fans and players need parkas when they go to World Cup games? Or is planning a beach visit more appropriate?
The answer is, it depends on where you’re going.
The host nation is a large country, with a varied climate, from hot and wet to mild and arid. Fox News Latino’s Maria Molina tells you everything you need to know about the weather in Brazil, from Sao Paulo, where the Cup’s opening match takes place on June 12, to the jungle city of Manaus, where the United States faces off against Portugal on June 22, to the beach city of Natal, where the U.S. plays its first game, against Ghana on June 16.
Stay tuned to Fox News Latino for more about the weather conditions that Team USA will face at World Cup 2014.