People think of the Amazon just in terms of rainforest. They imagine it must be day after day, hour after hour of constant rain. But mostly days are warm but not hot, with a clear blue sky studded with fluffy white clouds.
This picture, and the one below, show how the Amazon is most of the time. The clouds take a while to build up and a scene like this is most typical of the mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Some of these clouds will develop into dramatic thunderheads the tall cumulo-nimbus that are the engines of a tropical storm, as you can see in the following pictures.
This picture shows the weather typical of the Amazon region, most days, most of the year. See above picture for more information on this type of weather.