Weather predictions, based on observation and mathematical modelshelp predict the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place based on various relationships such as temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation or wind.
Weather forecasting is an exercise carried out for hundreds of years, even before the Christian era, based essentially on the observation of the configuration of the clouds, the wind, the time of year, although at the beginning these they did not succeed.
It was only with the emergence of new technologies (such as computers) that mathematical models began to be implemented, which made it possible to make more accurate predictions, becoming a fundamental factor for the transport (land, sea or air), agriculture, tourism, disaster prevention, public health and even military operationsbeyond deciding whether or not to carry an umbrella or whatever outfit become.
Here is the weather forecast for the next few hours for Cartagena de Indias:
In Cartagena de Indias, we expect a maximum temperature of 31 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 24 degrees Celsius.
As for the rain the probability of precipitation for this city will be 83% during the day and 55% at night.
In the same direction, the cloudiness will be 94% during the day and 97% at night. While the gusts of wind they will reach 30 kilometers per hour during the day and 32 kilometers per hour at night.
Watch out for the sun, ultraviolet rays should reach a level of up to 6.
Although it is located on the northern coast of Colombia, very close to the Caribbean Sea, the climate of Cartagena is semi-arid, characterized by being hot and dryalthough the breeze makes it a little pleasant.
In Cartagena, the mean temperature Annually around 27 degrees Celsius, according to the Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM).
During the day, the Maximum temperature It oscillates between 31 and 33 degrees Celsius. During the night, the minimum temperature drops to 24 and 25 degrees Celsius.
Cartagena reports a long rainy season and short dry season throughout the year.
There Rainy season It runs from May to November, with October being the rainiest month.
For its part, dry days for Cartagena, they are from December to April, the first three months of the year being the driest.
The weather in Colombia is very variedhe the climate is affected due to its geographical complexity just like the coasts of the Caribbean Sea in the north, the current of the Pacific Ocean, as well as the mountain ranges that cross it from the center from north to south.
According to IDEAM there are at least four types of weather in the country: tropical high mountain, dry, temperate and cold.
In the case of tropical climatesfour subtypes are identified: rainy or equatorial jungle, rainy or monsoon forest, dry winter savannah and dry summer savannah.
He tropical rainforest or equatorial It covers areas such as the central and northern Amazon, the entire Pacific region, parts of Antioquia, western Santander, Boyacá and Cundinamarca, the Catatumbo region and the foothills of the Amazon. During this time he tropical rainforest or monsoon it reaches the foothills of the plains and the extreme south of the Caribbean region.
There savannah with dry winter includes most of the Caribbean and Orinoco region, as well as the lower sectors of Santander and Antioquia. In reference to savannah with dry summer. It adds the inter-Andean valleys of Tolima, Huila, Valle, Cauca and Nariño.
For him dry climatein Colombia on very hot arid or desert and very hot semi-arid or steppe. The first is perceived in the upper part of the Guajira and the second in the middle and lower zone of the same department plus sectors of the Caribbean coast.
He mild climate it is felt in the middle and lower areas of the three mountain ranges of the Colombian country; During this time he high mountain coldas the name suggests, in the upper levels of the three mountain ranges.
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