Climate in Peru: temperature and probability of precipitation for Lima this June 20

Don’t let the weather take you by surprise, This is the weather forecast for the next hours of this Monday in Lima, Peru.

The probability of rain for this Monday in Lima it is 2% during the day and 1% throughout the night.

Meanwhile, the cloud cover will be 41% during the day and 54% during the night.

As to temperature a maximum of 17 degrees and a minimum of 14 degrees are forecast in this Peruvian region. UV rays are expected to reach a level of up to 6.

While the gusts of wind will reach 41 kilometers per hour in the day and 35 kilometers per hour at night.

In the department of Lima there are 12 types of climatedetermined by its proximity to the sea to the west and altitude to the east, presented regularly a state of arid and temperate weather, as well as zero humidity throughout the year.

Of all the states of the time, the predominant one and that covers about half of the territory of said department is the dry aggregate.

This state of the weather is peculiar given the geographical conditions of the city, since it is located in a tropical zone and practically at sea level. The key to understanding the type of climate in Lima comes from its proximity to the Andes Mountains, as well as the cold Peruvian current or Humboldt current, coming from the south.

The climate extends from the province of Cañete to the south and to the province of Barranca to the north, passing through the capital city of Peru, practically a desert, where the rains fall very little and only between the months of July and September.

In the midst of this arid climate, the ecosystems of “lomas” are formed in the provinces of Cañete, Lima, Huaral and Huaura, developed by the influence of winter mists and drizzlescreating a cool and humid environment in the middle of the desert.

In the areas farthest from the coast and with it a greater height, the weather changes from arid to semi-arid and further east appear the cold and even rainy somewhat more constant in summer.

In Peruvian territory up to 38 types of climate 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.


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