How much did it rain in the region this Thursday?

How much did it rain in the region this Thursday?
How much did it rain in the region this Thursday?

In three communes the water fall has exceeded 100 mm.

As reported by the Meteo O’Higgins site, until 5 p.m. this Thursday, June 13, the following amount of water has fallen in the region:

  • Rancagua: 42.4 mm
  • Machali: 51.6 mm
  • San Fernando: 79 mm
  • Pichilemu. 60.2mm
  • Holy Cross: 63mm
  • Mustard: 79.2 mm
  • Barns: 98.6mm
  • Codegua: 46.4 mm
  • Doñihue: 102.2 mm
  • Olive tree: 74 mm
  • Coltauco: 72.8 mm
  • Requinoa: 61.6 mm
  • Limbs: 69.8 mm
  • Quinta de Tilcoco: 64.2 mm
  • San Vicente de Tagua Tagua: 68.6 mm
  • Pichidegua: 51.8 mm
  • Weight: 49.1mm
  • Plate: 118.2 mm
  • Chimbarongo: 103.8 mm
  • Insole: 68.6 mm
  • Pumanque: 56.8 mm
  • Peralillo: 54.4 mm
  • Marchigüe: 54 mm
  • Lolol: 51.6mm
  • Chépica: 77.6 mm
  • Lituech: 53.2mm
  • The Star: 53 mm
  • Christmas: 30mm
  • Walls: 35 mm

While the Meteorological Directorate of Chile indicated that the rains will continue this Friday, and a probable electrical storm is expected in Pichilemu and Santa Cruz.

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