This summer is the hottest since 1906 y the drop in temperature seems to never come. Despite the fact that rains were forecast for Friday of this week, the weather changed and the arrival of rainfall is delayed to the area of the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires (AMBA).
He National Meteorological Service (SMN) maintains the red alert due to the heat and for this Tuesday a maximum of 33 ° is expected, while sThe high temperatures are expected to continue throughout the week.
Red alert for the heat wave: how will the weather be this week in CABA and surroundings
This alert indicates that the heat can have a “high to extreme health effect” and “can affect everyoneeven the healthy ones.
Similar conditions are expected for Wednesday, with temperatures between 23 and 34 degrees. While for Thursday a minimum of 24 and a maximum of 36 degrees is anticipated.
On Friday, the day that the rainy, the sky will be partly cloudy, with a minimum of 25 degrees and a maximum of 32. The weekend will have similar weather conditions. For both Saturday and Sunday, the forecast minimum is 26°, while the maximum for the first will be 32, and for the second, 33.
When it rains
As expected, the relief would begin to arrive very timidly just Tuesday of next week, with a few isolated thunderstorms. The minimum will be 24 degrees and the maximum 31.
In addition, it is worth noting that there are still more than 6,000 users without electricity in the AMBA. In its morning report, the ENRE reported that 5,366 Edesur clients and 1,353 Edenor clients still continue without electricity supply.
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The areas affected by the Edenor cuts are Federal Capital, Merlo, Tigre, Escobar, San Martín, Ituzaingó, José C Paz, La Matanza, Moreno, San Fernando and Vicente López, while those of Edesur they involve Federal Capital, Avellaneda, Almirante Brown, Berazategui, Lanús, Lomas de Zamora, Temperley and Quilmes.
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