Spring, summer, fall or winter, these days it doesn’t matter what season it is in the face of recent climate change that makes an afternoon of scorching sun turn into a storm in the blink of an eye.
Checking the weather has become a habit among many people to know what clothes to wear, what shoes to choose, plan a trip or decide whether or not to carry an umbrella. Below we present the weather conditions in Medellin.
The probability of rain for this Friday in Medellin it is 80% during the day and 44% throughout the night.
Meanwhile, the cloud cover will be 98% during the day and 100% during the night.
As to temperature a maximum of 23 degrees and a minimum of 15 degrees is forecast in this region. Ultraviolet rays are forecast to reach a level of up to 3.
While the wind gusts will reach 22 kilometers per hour in the day and 13 kilometers per hour at night.
Weather in Medellin
Being in the central part of the Aburrá Valley, the Colombian city mainly has a humid subtropical climate.
Medellín is characterized by having a pleasant climate, neither too hot nor too cold, with average temperatures ranging from 16 to 26 degrees Celsius.
During the day the maximum temperature The average ranges between 26 and 28 degrees centigrade. While in the early morning minimum temperature It goes between 17 and 18 degrees centigrade.
The Colombian city has two rainy seasonsthe first runs from the end of March to the beginning of July, the second starts from the last days of September to the beginning of December.
The rest of the year, Medellin’s climate is drymainly in the months of January and February.
How is the weather in Colombia?
The weather in Colombia is very diversethe climate is altered due to its geographical complexity such as the coasts of the Caribbean Sea to the North, the current of the Pacific Ocean, as well as the mountain ranges that cross it through the center from north to south.
According to IDEAM there are at least four types of climate in the country: tropical, dry, temperate and cold high mountain.
In the case of tropical climatesfour subtypes are identified: rainy forest or equatorial, rainy forest or monsoon, savannah with dry winter and savannah with dry summer.
The tropical rainy jungle or equatorial It covers areas such as the center and north of the Amazon, the entire Pacific Region, parts of Antioquia, western Santander, Boyacá and Cundinamarca, the Catatumbo area and the Amazon foothills. Meanwhile he tropical rain forest or monsoon it reaches the foothills of the plains and the extreme south of the Caribbean region.
The savannah with dry winter includes most of the Caribbean region and Orinoquia, as well as the lower sectors in Santander and Antioquia. Refering to savannah with dry summer. adds the inter-Andean valleys in Tolima, Huila, Valle, Cauca and Nariño.
For him Dry weatherin Colombia they perceive the very hot arid or desert and very hot semi-arid or steppe. The first is perceived in the upper part of Guajira and the second in the middle and lower zone of the same department plus sectors of the Caribbean coast.
The mild weather It is felt in the middle and lower areas of the three mountain ranges of the Colombian country; Meanwhile he high mountain coldas its name suggests, in the upper levels of the three mountain ranges.