The city of Lima is famous for its micro-climates with completely different conditions between the inner and outer districts. The weather information on this page is specifically for the commonly visited inner districts of Lima, between Miraflores and Santiago de Surco.
To change the units of the displayed values from °C to °F or vice versa, please click on the "Units" buttons.
Due to the lack of support & funding, it was unfortunately impossible to continue the operation of our own weather station in Lima (August 2014).
Lima's weather and climate isn't what one would expect when travelling to a city located just 12° south of the equator. It's usually described as mild and warm throughout the year without noteworthy rain making Lima one of the driest capitals in the world.
The Peruvian National Service for Meteorology and Hydrology publishes weather forecasts and weekly weather predictions for the different regions in Peru on their web page. Officially Senamhi was founded in 1969 as a decentralized public agency and since 1999 it is part of the Ministry of Environment (MINAM).