Below you can find a number of climatic charts and tables of North, Central and South America. These charts and tables give an impression of the average temperature and rainfall of the land/location. Attention: these are averages.
The climate can vary a lot from one area to another because of geographical factors (such as altitude, the presence of mountains, oceans etc.). Naturally in some years there can be more rainfall and less sunshine than in other years.
Daily amplitudes (the difference between the highest and the lowest temperature of the day) of in particular desert like areas can be gigantic. That is why these spiders like to stay in their hole, because there the climate is more stable (temperature and humidity). A spider lying on his stomach and having the tendency to draw up his legs underneath himself is as good as death.
Climatic chart of January: North and Central America.
Climatic chart of July: North and Central America.
Climatic chart of January: Latin America.
Climatic chart of July: Latin America.