South of the equator, the seasons are the reverse of those in the northern hemisphere. In Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, official high temperatures in summer are usually in the 80s, with the humidity it often feels much hotter. The changeable spring and mild fall of Buenos Aires are similar to those seasons in New York City, but the proximity of the South Atlantic makes winter temperatures milder than New York's comparable months and the possibility of snow almost nonexistent. The weather in Patagonia is unpredictable. Temperatures tend to vary throughout Patagonia, regardless of the time of year. Because of Bariloche’s altitude, expect generally cooler temperatures, with dramatic drops from day to night. It rains variably all year, especially between March and October.