Weather in Santiago de Chile: the weather for this January 13

As a result of climate change, the changes in the weather are more constant, which means that in a single day there can be high temperatures, constant rains as well as strong frosts; take precautions and find out The weather forecast for this January 13 in Santiago de Chile.

During the day temperature it will reach a maximum of 30 degrees, the rain forecast It will be 1%, with a cloudiness of 0%, while the wind gusts will reach 43 kilometers per hour.

As for ultraviolet rays, they are expected to reach a level of up to 12.

For the night, temperature will reach 14 degrees, while the probability of precipitation It will be 1%, with a cloudiness of 0%, while the wind gusts will be 35 kilometers per hour during the day.

How is the weather in Santiago?

Being in the center of the country and having two mountain ranges, In Santiago de Chile a state of temperate weather predominates, almost Mediterranean.

This means that in Santiago the mild temperatures, with wide thermal variations between the minimum temperatures at night and the maximum temperatures during the day.

In the capital, the seasons of the year are clearly marked, where the summer is dry and the rainy winter.

the cold season begins in May and lasts until September, with average temperatures of 8 degrees Celsius.

While the hottest months start in October and progress through April, with an average temperature of 32 degrees Celsius.

The geographical conditions of the capital city determine its weather conditions. The Cordillera de los Andes, for example, for the climatic influence coming from the interior of the continent; while the Cordillera de la Costa prevents access to the maritime climate.

Santiago weather
The capital Chile has a mainly temperate, almost Mediterranean climate. (Reuters/File)

The climates of Chile

In Chili they get reported climates 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 its cold and warm variants.

The tundra It is characterized by a dry and always cold climate that occurs throughout the eastern part of the {part|region|northern zone of the Chilean country, on the border with Bolivia and Argentina.

The hot desert It is the one that predominates in most of the northern part of the country, it is characterized by having mild winters with nights that reach zero degrees Celsius, with very hot summers and little rain.

Meanwhile he cold desert It is felt in the northern coastal areas of the Chilean country, where the winters are very cold and the summers are hot, here too the rainfall 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.

The cold semi-arid It appears in the most northwestern region of the central part of the country, where winters are very cold, summers are warm or temperate, and rainfall is scarce.

The weather Mediterranean It is the most abundant in the center of the country and is characterized by mild winters, hot summers and a marked rainy season.

For his part, he Mediterranean with cool summers the most central part of the Chilean 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 to Magallanes, the predominant climates are the tundra, cold semi-arid and oceanic.

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


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