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Climate of San Marcos
(Guatemala)

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures


All climatic diagrams of this site are taken from the collected data from the official weather station in San Marcos in a height of 118m above sea level. All data correspond to the average monthly values of the last 20 years.


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San Marcos is,with an average daily maximum temperature of 35 degrees, the warmest and at the same time one of the rainiest regions in in Guatemala. It is yearlong warm or hot.

Overview: Climate in Guatemala
Duration of daylight and sunshine in Guatemala


hours of sunshine per daySunshine hours per day in San Marcos
rainy days per monthRainy days per month in San Marcos
Precipitation in mm/dayPrecipitation in San Marcos
Map of San Marcos

Important cities in San Marcos

San Marcos is a part of Guatemala and has an east-west extension of about 50 km. From north to south it is approximately 80 km. The biggest cities are San Pedro Sacatepéquez and San Marcos. The local time is now Friday, 4:44 pm.

CityPopulationGeo-Position
San Pedro Sacatepéquez40,02114°58'0"N91°46'0"W
San Marcos25,08814°57'50"N91°47'40"W
Comitancillo19,66915°4'60"N91°43'0"W
Malacatán14,92314°54'38"N92°3'29"W
San Pablo13,66814°55'54"N92°0'14"W
El Quetzal12,12214°46'0"N91°49'0"W
Ayutla11,43214°40'26"N92°8'24"W
Ocós9,46314°30'36"N92°11'35"W
San Cristóbal Cucho9,15214°54'0"N91°46'60"W
Pajapita8,16414°43'17"N92°2'7"W
Nuevo Progreso8,11314°48'0"N91°55'0"W
El Tumbador7,56214°52'0"N91°55'60"W
Tacaná6,43815°14'22"N92°4'2"W
La Reforma4,90514°48'0"N91°49'0"W
Tajumulco4,32915°4'60"N91°52'60"W
San Rafael Pie de La Cuesta4,32014°55'60"N91°55'0"W
San Miguel Ixtahuacán3,66215°15'0"N91°45'0"W
Catarina3,04014°51'5"N92°4'35"W
Tejutla2,65315°7'0"N91°47'60"W
Ixchiguán2,26315°11'60"N91°52'60"W
El Rodeo1,88714°55'0"N91°58'0"W
San Antonio Sacatepéquez1,65814°58'0"N91°43'60"W
Sibinal1,65715°8'59"N92°2'56"W
Esquipulas Palo Gordo1,53314°55'60"N91°49'0"W


Data basis: German Weather Service, individual values averaged and supplemented by own elements.