From 21th-24th March, 2019
In the remainder of this week, the prevailing conditions are expected to be stable in most of the country. Although this Thursday has maintained a wet pattern in some sectors, the presence of a dry air mass from this Friday, will be causing little cloudy conditions in most of the national territory during the weekend. Also, quite warm daytime temperatures are expected on the coasts and plains.
On the other hand, an increase in atmospheric pressure levels is also expected in this period, which will be manifested as much windier conditions, particularly on Friday and Saturday, so bursts are anticipated around 100-110 km/h in the highlands of the country and close to 70-80 km/h in low areas of the Central Valley and the North Pacific.
Morning: Low to partial cloudiness is expected in general in the national territory. Strong winds are expected in the North Pacific and the Central Valley, as well as in the mountain ranges where there will also be drizzle.
Afternoon: It is estimated from little to partially cloudy in most of the country. Also, it is expected very windy in the North Pacific and the Central Valley, as well as in the mountain ranges where drizzles are also expected. As regards the Central and South Pacific, scattered showers are estimated.
Nights: It is anticipated from little to partially cloudy in most of the national territory. In addition, it is expected very windy in the North Pacific and the Central Valley, as well as in the mountain ranges where drizzles are also expected.
Temperature extremes in climatic regions of the country
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TEMP MIN °C
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Weather trend of the week from March 25 to 31, 2019
The analyzes show that the windy and predominantly dry conditions will continue in most of the country in this period, generating very early mornings and high daytime temperatures on the coasts and plains of the country. On the other hand, it is estimated that in some cases dispersed rains may occur during the evenings in the mountainous regions of the Central and South Pacific.