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Coat and umbrella or light clothing and cap? If you don’t know what to wear to go out this Sunday, here is the weather for the next few hours in Temuco.
During the day the temperature will reach a maximum of 8 degrees, the probability of rain will be 0%, with a cloudiness of 100%, while the wind gusts will be 15 kilometers per hour.
As for UV rays, they are forecast to reach a level of up to 1.
At night, the temperature will reach 0 degrees, while the precipitation forecast will be 1%, with a cloudiness of 76%, while the wind gusts will reach 13 kilometers per hour during the day.
Being located in the center of Chile and south of the capital, Temuco has an oceanic weather condition.
This means that in the city of Araucanía the winters are cold and the summers cool, it also has rains well distributed throughout the year.
In Temuco the average temperature is between 11 degrees Celsius.
In its warmest month, temperatures reach around 27 degrees Celsius, while on its coldest days the temperature drops to 3 degrees Celsius.
Although the rains are constant throughout the year, the seasons with the most rainfall are regularly from May to August.
The city of Temuco has a mainly oceanic climate. (Reuters/File)
In Chile, weather conditions range from very cold to very hot, due to its geographical location and its particular territorial extension.
In the north of Chile, from 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 is characterized by a dry and always cold climate that occurs throughout the eastern part of the northern part of the Chilean country, on the border with Bolivia and Argentina.
The hot desert is the one that predominates in most of the northern region of the country, it is characterized by having mild winters with nights that drop to zero degrees Celsius, with very hot summers and little rainfall.
While the cold desert occurs in the northern coastal parts of Chile, where winters are very cold and summers are hot, here too rainfall is very low.
In the center of the Chilean country, from the southern part of Valparaíso to Bío Bío, the two main climates are the cold semi-arid, the Mediterranean and the Mediterranean with cool summers.
The cold semiarid appears in the most northwestern part of the central part of the country, where winters are very cold, summers are warm or temperate, and rainfall is scarce.
The Mediterranean climate is the most abundant in central Chile and is characterized by mild winters, hot summers and a marked rainy season.
For its part, the Mediterranean with cool summers appears in the most central area of the country, the only difference with the previous climate is that its summers are cool, as its name says.
In the southern part of the Chilean country, from Araucanía to Magallanes, the predominant climates are tundra, cold semiarid, and oceanic.
The oceanic climate is the main climate in the southern region, where winters are cold and summers are cool, with rain practically all year round.