Weather forecasts, based on observation and mathematical modelshelp predict the state of the atmosphere at a given time and location based on various relationships such as temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation, or wind.
Weather forecasts are activities that have been carried out for hundreds of years, even before the Christian era, basing themselves basically on the observation of cloud patterns, the wind, the time of year, although initially these they were inaccurate.
It was not until the arrival of new technologies (such as computers) that mathematical models began to be put into operation that made it possible to achieve more precise predictions, becoming a fundamental factor for the transportation (land, sea or air), agriculture, tourism, disaster prevention, public health and even military operationsthis beyond deciding whether or not to carry an umbrella or what outfits to put on.
Below is the weather status for the next few hours in Arequipa:
During the day temperature will reach a maximum of 21 degrees, the chance of rain It will be 0%, with 0% cloud cover, while wind gusts will reach 39 kilometers per hour.
As for UV rays, they are expected to reach a level of up to 9.
For the night, temperature will reach 6 degrees, while the precipitation forecast It will be 0%, with 0% cloud cover, while the wind gusts will be 18 kilometers per hour during the day.
a dozen climates are those reported in the department of Arequipa, where the weather is characterized by being arid and temperate, with no humidity in all seasons of the year.
This arid climate is felt in the city of Arequipawhich is located more than two thousand meters above sea level, with maximum temperatures no higher than 25 degrees and minimum temperatures around 10 degrees, as well as scarce rainfall, with February being the rainiest month.
Located in the south of Peru, the arid climate in this department is present in the southwest of the department that is next to the coast of the Pacific Ocean, while in the northeast area the climate is more varied.
In the northwestern areas with an altitude greater than two thousand 500 meters above sea level, the climate goes from semi-arid to semi-dry, temperate to cold, and deficient in moisture in winter and spring.
After four thousand meters above sea level, the climate is semi-dry, semi-frigid and with dry winter. While in the areas of the volcanoes, with heights greater than five thousand meters, the weather is rainy, semi-frigid and with a dry winterwhile in the higher parts you feel a glacial climate.
Weather in Peru
In Peru up to 38 types of weather are feltaccording to National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology (Senamhi)this as a result of the interaction between different climatic and geographical factors.
These main factors, details the Senamhi, are its geographical position on the Tropic of Capricorn and the proximity of the Andes Mountains.
Of the 38 climates, the Senamhi highlights three main which are defined according to the area of the country in which they are located.
On the coast of the South American country, which faces the Pacific Ocean and covers only 11.6% of the national territory, the prevailing weather is arid and temperatebeing its main climatic characteristic the scarcity of rains.
In the sawthe area close to the Andes Mountains and that occupies 28.1% of the Peruvian territory, the climate is rainy and cold mainly.
While in the junglewhere the tropical climate of Peru is most fulfilled, occupying 60.3% of its surface, the weather is defined as very rainy and hot.