Climate for Norte de Santander
(Colombia)

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures


All climatic diagrams on this site result from the collected data from 3 measuring stations in Norte de Santander.
Weather stations at an altitude above 1190m have not been included.
All data correspond to the average monthly values of the last 20 years.


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Norte de Santander is one of the coldest regions in Colombia with an average daily high temperature of only 29 degrees centigrade. It is yearlong warm or hot.

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The most important cities in the region of Norte de Santander

Norte de Santander is a part of Colombia and has an east-west extension of about 120 km. From north to south it is approximately 170 km. The biggest cities are Cúcuta and Ocaña. The local time is now Tuesday, 3:03 pm.

CityPopulationGeo-Position 
Cúcuta566,2447°53'38"N72°30'28"W
Ocaña83,5118°14'16"N73°21'22"W
Villa del Rosario64,9517°50'2"N72°28'27"W
Los Patios58,6617°50'17"N72°30'13"W
Pamplona53,5877°22'32"N72°38'53"W
Puerto Santander16,2758°21'49"N72°24'23"W
Tibú13,5658°38'20"N72°44'9"W
El Zulia13,5217°55'57"N72°36'4"W
Ábrego10,8228°4'50"N73°13'14"W
Chinácota9,6677°36'26"N72°36'4"W
Sardinata7,8728°4'58"N72°48'3"W
Toledo5,9117°18'35"N72°28'59"W
El Carmen5,2868°30'38"N73°26'52"W
Chitagá3,8717°8'16"N72°39'52"W
Gramalote3,5777°53'15"N72°47'51"W
Ragonvalia3,5437°34'39"N72°28'33"W
Durania3,4707°42'47"N72°39'27"W
El Tarra3,3368°34'32"N73°5'42"W