Average Rainfall Northern Chile?

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Chile is a country that extends 2,600 miles. It is very mountainous with peaks up to 16,000 feet. Chile has a mountain climate with snow and glaciers. The weather in Chile is often cloudy and cool during the winters. The average daily maximum temperature ranges from 62 degrees to 83 degrees. Summers are typically warm and rainless. Northern Chile does not receive much rain. The average rainfall for Northern Chile is only about 1.2 inches.
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