Colombia Climate Description

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Colombia is one large country, according to the Colombian geography, Colombia is the fourth largest country in South America. Colombia has so many geologic features, but one of his best geologic features is the rivers (Magdelena, Amazon, Cauca, and Oricono River) and mountains (Santa Marta and an Andean mountain range) which are divided into three regions that are known as; Cordillera Occidental, Cordillera Oriental, and the Cordillera Central. The Magdelena River is the principal river which flows from the cordillera oriental to the cordillera central, but Cauca River flows through the Central Cordilleras and Occidental which joins the Magdelena River in the southern part of the Mompox. The Amazon River is the largest river in South America,…show more content…
This country is crossed by amazing the Andes mountains which that’s why the climate changes depending on the altitude of the sea level. The climate on Colombia varies in different seasons because Colombia lies almost in the equator, it has four different climate zones. The four climate zones are: Even though there are rainy, dry, and breezy seasons in different places of Colombia, but mostly Colombian cities experience the same temperatures and climate same year-round. For instance, let’s take Bogota is the capital of Colombia, is in the center plateau of the Andes mountain range. Even though Bogota is also known for having a cool climate than any other Colombian cities, and many of the people there say that Bogota as being the closest for experiencing winter. The average temperatures in Bogota can drop as for 4 degrees Celsius and rise to 19 degrees Celsius many of the people who live here say that you can experience all the four seasons in one day in Bogota, the weather can be unpredictable for instance a sunny day can turn out to be a rainy cold…show more content…
The average of temperatures of Chile can get so high as greater than 80 degrees F. Therefore, the warmest month of Chile can be January, which his average temperature of 86 degrees F, as for the months of December, February, and March even though they have all average high temperatures they can have greater temperatures than 80 degrees. The months of June, July, and August are the coldest months of Chile. The average temperatures of July can get low as 37 degrees and as for June and August, it can get as low as 39 degrees. The warmest months which have high temperatures, the evenings get chilly. Chile doesn’t receive that much of precipitation but people who visit Chile in the months of June and July are most likely to receive rain. During the month of June, Chile receive an average of 3,3 inches of rain for as the month of July an average of 3.0 inches. But rain is not mostly non-existent during much of the year in Chile, during the months of December, January, February, and March there is an average of less than 2.0 inches of
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