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The city is served by two airports: the older Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport, located in the northern part of the metropolitan area and a newer domestic airport, Marechal Rondon International Airport (IATA: MUC), located south of downtown. The latter was built to relieve congestion at Zumbi dos Palmares and opened on May 4, 2012. It also serves as an alternate airport for Natal due to its proximity with that city. Maceio's climate is tropical semi-arid ("BSh", according to Köppen climate classification). The annual average temperature is , with maximum temperatures reaching up to in summer and minimums dropping down below freezing point during winter nights (). Average annual precipitation ranges between . Most rain falls from October through April; however, this period may vary considerably depending on weather patterns from year-to-year. During most months of the year there are several days when rainfall exceeds per month (over 100 mm/month).