Climate: III Región de Atacama
III Región de Atacama has many different climates, but is dominated by BWk.
|Cold desert climates||227||BWk||Copiapó, Bahía Inglesa, Caldera, El Corral, La Puntilla|
|Hot desert climates||10||BWh||Huasco, Flamenco, ¨Playa Villa Alegre, Playa Portofino, El Caleuche|
|Cold semi-arid climates||6||BSk||Duraznito, La Laguna, El Chacay, Tinajillas, Angostura|
|Tundra climate||2||ET||El Ternerito, Paso Mallo|
The climate here is "desert." There is virtually no rainfall all year long in Copiapó. This climate is considered to be BWh according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. The average annual temperature in Copiapó is 18.5 °C | 65.2 °F. The annual rainfall is 31 mm | 1.2 inch.
Bahía Inglesa is considered to have a desert climate. There is virtually no rainfall during the year in Bahía Inglesa. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is BWk. The average annual temperature in Bahía Inglesa is 15.6 °C | 60.2 °F. Precipitation here is about 31 mm | 1.2 inch per year.
Caldera has a desert climate. In Caldera, there is virtually no rainfall during the year. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is BWk. The average annual temperature in Caldera is 15.8 °C | 60.5 °F. The annual rainfall is 31 mm | 1.2 inch.