Weather forecast: temperatures expected in Concepción this October 4

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Temperature, probability of rain, cloudiness and ultraviolet rays are some of the data you should know before leaving home. (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

Weather forecasts, based on observation and mathematical modelshelp predict the state of the atmosphere at a given time and location based on various relationships such as temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation or wind.

Weather forecasts are exercises that have been carried out for hundreds of years, even before the Christian era, basically based on the observation of cloud patterns, wind, and the time of year, although initially these They were not very accurate.

It was not until the emergence of new technologies (such as computers) that mathematical models began to be implemented that made it possible to achieve more precise predictions, becoming a fundamental factor for the transportation (land, sea or air), agriculture, tourism, disaster prevention, public health and even military operationsthis beyond deciding whether or not to carry an umbrella or what outfit to put on.

Below is the weather status for the next few hours in Concepción:

The weather for this Wednesday in Concepción will reach 16 degrees, while the minimum temperature It will be 6 degrees. The forecast UV levels are 7.

As for the rain, the probability of precipitation for said city it will be 0%, with 0% cloudiness, during the day; and 1%, with 1% cloudiness, throughout the night.

Meanwhile, wind gusts will reach 33 kilometers per hour during the day and 32 kilometers per hour at night.

Being located in the center of the country and next to the coast of the southern Pacific Ocean, Concepción registers a climate mainly temperate mediterranean oceanic.

This means that the city is characterized by dry and hot summers as well as cold and rainy winters.

In Concepción the average temperature It is around 11 degrees Celsius.

The maximum temperature The average temperature in the city is 16 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature average reaches 6 degrees Celsius.

The rainy season In Concepción it happens in the coldest months of the year, that is, between May and August. This means that summers, which occur at the beginning and end of the year, are particularly dry.

The city of Concepción has a mainly temperate Mediterranean oceanic climate. (Reuters)
The city of Concepción has a mainly temperate Mediterranean oceanic climate. (Reuters)

In Chili they feel extreme weather conditions, 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 rainfall.

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

In the center of Chilefrom 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 area of ​​the central part of the Chilean country, where the winters are very cold, the summers are warm or temperate, and there is little rain.

The weather Mediterranean It is the most abundant in the center of the Chilean country 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 Chilefrom 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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