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Chile’s geographically diverse regions click on the image to enlarge
Due to Chile’s geographically diverse regions, it offers a unique diversity of climates. The north of Chile is one the driest regions of the world. This region rarely sees rain, but despite this, between April and December, the weather is quite often cool and overcast. On average, the daily max. temp for July is 17°C (63°F) and in March 28°C (82°F).

central de chile click on the image to enlarge
Central Chile is a more temperate climate, boasting of warm, near rainless Summers, with an average daily temperature of 29°C (85°F) from December through to February. Winters in Central Chile are mild with an average daily temperature of 14°C (58°F)- rainfall is heaviest in these months but still quite moderate.

Southern Chile click on the image to enlarge
Southern Chile is a dramatic contrast to its northern counterparts with a wet and rainy climate all year round. During the winter, (apart from the coastal sea areas), the South is covered in snow and ice, making many roads impassable and with temperatures dropping well below zero. The Summer months are calmer, but still quite chilly with a daily max. average temperature of 15°C (59°F).

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