http://www.metric-conversions.org/temperature/celsius-to-fahrenheit.htmsyngirl said:Winter in Buenos Aires = Seattle/Vancouver in winter, with slightly less rain. In otherwords you don't need a truly heavy coat, but if you stay down here long enough, you will eventually cave and get what they think of as a winter coat here. My winter coat for BA would do me on the east coast Montreal/Boston up until about November. The wet and rain get into you here, but you'll rarely get a day below freezing -- and the temperature tends to rise quickly over the day -- I can't remember my farenheits, but it starts about 2 degrees celsius and rises up to 15 / 17 degrees... so I think that's about 35 degrees farenheit rising to 60 / 65 degrees? I could be pretty off with my farenheits though!
Wool jacket will be fine. As for the rain coat, it is probably best to stay in when it's raining. Just go to one of the threads on the flooding in Las Canitas to see why.RogueTango said:Cool, so my wool jacket will do i guess and maybe i should invest in a decent rain coat? Thanks for the tips