anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by admin » Mon Dec 24, 2018 9:22 pm

yea a wam patagonia = forest fires

we dont want the patagonia getting to warm to fast. just way too much vegitation that needs a lot of water.

i highly doubt the patagonoa is going to change much. the andies mountains meet the see directly for most of it, and that is what drives the weather paterns. just look at how brown argentina side is vs. the chilean side on a sat map. that is the mountains catching all the moisture (sorry argentina, but you can still have all our volcanic ash).
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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by nwdiver » Tue Dec 25, 2018 4:03 pm

admin wrote:
Mon Dec 24, 2018 9:22 pm
yea a wam patagonia = forest fires

we dont want the patagonia getting to warm to fast. just way too much vegitation that needs a lot of water.

i highly doubt the patagonoa is going to change much. the andies mountains meet the see directly for most of it, and that is what drives the weather paterns. just look at how brown argentina side is vs. the chilean side on a sat map. that is the mountains catching all the moisture (sorry argentina, but you can still have all our volcanic ash).
Should charge them for all that high quality fertilizer, err ash.......
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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by proger » Fri Jan 01, 2021 3:50 pm

on my way to chile chico again!
any interesting NOT completely freezing lands around that area?

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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by admin » Fri Jan 01, 2021 4:39 pm

puerto guadal is fairly popular.

As for temperature, don't know what to tell you. It is pretty far south. It gets cold.
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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by hlf2888 » Fri Jan 01, 2021 4:58 pm

If you like sunshine, (I need it for my well-being and vitamin D) here in the 7th region we get about 9 months of it. There are some hot days mid-summer but it does not feel that hot because of the dryness. We have not needed AC and Mom is 91. Lots of breezes and wraparound patios. Winters are cooler but no snow or ice. Grey overcast days, rainy with the sun usually making an appearance mid-day. Winter lasts 3 months. I rent the main house at the sanctuary when I am not there if you want to see if the weather suits you. Message me if that is interesting.

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Re: anyone around puerto montt\coyhaique ?

Post by mem » Sat Jan 02, 2021 3:19 pm

proger wrote:
Thu Dec 20, 2018 2:01 pm
been living mostly in hot places in chile, im now looking for to move over those areas which seems peaceful and beautiful but the weather is very scary to me.

how to support this weather conditions ? is winter becomes a dreadful time of the year?...

thanks
I love the winters, but the shoulder seasons are great as well for the moderate weather. I'd rather it be rainy and 14c out and have the Woodstove going with the inside at 21c than to have it be 32C out and consuming massive quantities of KwH running AC

Even in the coldest nights of winter we usually dont see single digit C very often if ever in a given season.

Peaceful Chilean forest with lots of water and wildlife is where its at :)

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