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Antofagasta Weather

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Bogota  10/19 
mostly cloudy
mostly cloudy
Buenos Aires  11/16 
showers
Caracas  19/24 
sunny
Lima  19/23 
showers
Rio de Janeiro  19/27 
Santiago  8/17 
increasing sunshine

Now in Antofagasta

Temperature
15.0°C
Dew point
10.0°C
Relative humidity
72%
Feels like
15.0°C
Wind
S 12km/h
Pressure
1017.0hPa

Antofagasta Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Mon
Mostly sunny 14 17
Tue
Sunny 14 17
Wed
Sunny 14 18
Thu
Mostly cloudy 13 17
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Chile Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Antofagasta
Mostly cloudy 13 17 20% Moderate
Arica
Sunny 15 20 5% Moderate
Balmaceda
Mostly cloudy 0 4 20% -
Chanaral
Mostly cloudy 13 19 20% Moderate
Chile Chico
Clearing shower 3 7 40% -
Chillan
Showers 10 14 50% -
Cochrane
Snow showers -5 2 50% -
Concepcion
Showers 11 14 50% -
Copiapo
Mostly cloudy 13 25 20% Moderate
Coyhaique
Snow showers 0 4 50% -
Curico
Mostly cloudy 9 16 20% -
Hanga Roa
Mostly sunny 16 19 10% Moderate
Iquique
Sunny 16 18 5% Moderate
La Serena
Mostly cloudy 10 17 20% Moderate
Puerto Montt
Possible shower 2 8 20% -
Punta Arenas
Cloud increasing -1 2 20% -
Santiago
Increasing sunshine 8 17 10% -
Temuco
Showers 5 12 50% -
Valdivia
Increasing sunshine 4 11 10% -
Vallenar
Mostly cloudy 13 25 20% Moderate
Valparaiso
Increasing sunshine 12 18 10% -
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