Antofagasta Weather

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Bogota  9/18 
showers
mostly sunny
Buenos Aires  18/26 
showers
Caracas  18/26 
clearing shower
Lima  22/25 
mostly sunny
Rio de Janeiro  22/39 
Santiago  15/30 
sunny

Now in Antofagasta

Temperature
19.0°C
Dew point
14.0°C
Relative humidity
73%
Feels like
18.5°C
Wind
SSW 9km/h
Pressure
1015.0hPa

Antofagasta Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sat
Sunny 18 24
Sun
Mostly sunny 19 25
Mon
Mostly sunny 19 24
Tue
Mostly sunny 19 24
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Chile Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Antofagasta
Sunny 18 24 5% Very High
Arica
Increasing sunshine 20 27 10% High
Balmaceda
Windy 11 23 10% Moderate
Chanaral
Sunny 16 26 5% Very High
Chile Chico
Windy 13 24 10% Moderate
Chillan
Sunny 13 35 5% High
Cochrane
Clearing shower 8 26 40% Moderate
Concepcion
Sunny 13 23 5% High
Copiapo
Sunny 16 31 5% Very High
Coyhaique
Late shower 9 24 40% Moderate
Curico
Sunny 12 35 5% High
Hanga Roa
Clearing shower 20 26 40% Very High
Iquique
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% High
La Serena
Sunny 14 21 5% Very High
Puerto Montt
Sunny 12 23 5% High
Punta Arenas
Windy 9 14 50% Moderate
Santiago
Sunny 15 30 5% Very High
Temuco
Sunny 11 31 5% High
Valdivia
Sunny 10 29 5% High
Vallenar
Sunny 14 30 5% Very High
Valparaiso
Sunny 14 21 5% Very High
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Weather News

Sydney suffers in heatwave as NSW temperatures soar past 46 degrees Celsius

18:44 EDT

Temperatures at some regional sites in New South Wales have clicked over 46 degrees Celsius today, with one regional NSW town breaking the state record for the highest-ever overnight temperature.

Last night was Australia's hottest on record

15:51 EDT

The record for Australia's all-time highest overnight temperature was smashed last night, just one of the marks to fall in what is becoming a heatwave for the history books.

Heatwave conditions could be fatal for outdoor workers if temperature cut-off not introduced, expert says

15:23 EDT

More outdoor workers could die if legal obligations to keep them safe in extreme heat stay "vague" and "ambiguous", experts say.