Know the weather of this day in Temuco

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In the era of climate change, a warm summer day can quickly turn into heavy rain that causes flooding in a few minutes, so it is increasingly common for people to try to be prepared when faced with temperature variations.

Below is the weather report expected in the next few hours for Temuco:

The probability of rain For this Friday in Temuco it is 0% during the day and 0% throughout the night.

Meanwhile, cloudiness will be 2% during the day and 0% during the night.

As to temperature A maximum of 23 degrees and a minimum of 3 degrees is forecast in this region. Ultraviolet rays are expected to reach a level of up to 6.

While wind gusts will reach 32 kilometers per hour during the day and 22 kilometers per hour at night.

Being located in the center of Chile and south of the capital, The city of Temuco registers an oceanic weather state.

This means that in the city of Araucanía winters are cold and summers are coolIt also has well-distributed rainfall throughout the year.

In Temuco the average temperature It is between 11 degrees Celsius.

In its hottest monthtemperatures rise to 27 degrees Celsius, while in your coldest days The temperature drops to 3 degrees Celsius.

Although the rains are constant throughout the year, the seasons with the most rainfall They go regularly from May to August.

Temuco has a mainly oceanic climate. (Reuters)
Temuco has a mainly oceanic climate. (Reuters)

In Chili they present themselves weather conditions of all kinds, from very cold to very hotdue to its geographical location and its particular territorial extension.

North of Chilefrom the region of Arica and Parinacota, to Valparaíso, three types of climate stand out: tundra and desert in their cold and warm variants.

The tundra It is characterized by a dry and always cold climate that occurs throughout the entire eastern part of the northern part of the country, on the borders with Bolivia and Argentina.

He hot desert It is the one that predominates in the majority of the northern region of the Chilean country, it is characterized by having mild winters with nights that drop to zero degrees Celsius, with very hot summers and little rain.

Meanwhile he cold desert It occurs in the coastal areas of the north of the country, where the winters are very cold and the summers warm; here, too, rainfall is very scarce.

In the center of the Chilean countryfrom the southern part of Valparaíso and up to Bío Bío, the two main climates are the cold semi-arid, the Mediterranean and the Mediterranean with cool summers.

He cold semiarid It appears in the most northwestern part of the central part of Chile, where the winters are very cold, the summers are warm or temperate, and the rains are scarce.

The weather Mediterranean It is the most abundant in central Chile and is characterized by mild winters, warm summers and a marked rainy season.

For his part, the Mediterranean with cool summers The most central area of ​​the country appears, the only difference with the previous climate is that its summers are cool, as its name says.

In the southern part of the Chilean countryfrom Araucanía and up to Magallanes, the predominant climates are tundra, cold semiarid and oceanic.

He oceanic It is the main climate of the southern part, where the winters are cold and the summer is cool, with rain practically all year round.


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