The winds in Chile have been blowing a bit of a bit hard in recent days.
But with temperatures in the mid-40s and a few sunny days, it could be a great time to enjoy the breeze.
The latest forecast from the country’s National Meteorological Institute (INSEE) gives a range of wind conditions from 20 to 35km/h, with gusts of up to 40km/hr.
But wind conditions in the state of Chile are not necessarily a good thing.
According to the INSEE, a number of factors make wind conditions very difficult to control.
For example, there is a lack of accurate data on how much wind the atmosphere contains.
Moreover, there are some factors that make wind farms unsuitable for large-scale installations.
Wind farms are very powerful and are able to create a lot of noise and vibration when they are operating.
Additionally, there can be a large amount of wind noise and vibrations at certain heights in a windy area.
The INSEE has also suggested that people should be prepared to evacuate, particularly at higher elevations, as there is no wind-safe shelter.
As wind speeds are increasing in Chile, there will be more opportunities for large scale wind farms.