After a long wave of extreme heat that seemed to never end, relief has come to the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (AMBA). The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported how the weather will be on Friday and what it holds for the weekend.
For tomorrow, a minimum of 23 degrees and a maximum of 32 are expected, with partly cloudy skies throughout the day, so it is not forecast for rain.
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Still, on Saturday comes the real relief and we say goodbye to the heat wave. It is that, the maximum forecast for that day is only 26 degrees with a partly cloudy sky and a minimum of 21.
Meanwhile, the last day of the weekend will be presented with a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 26 degrees, ideal to enjoy outdoors, although the sky will remain mostly cloudy but with no chance of rain or storms.
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Tips to stay cool in the middle of the heat wave
Stay inside during peak sun hours: If possible, avoid being outside between 11:00 and 15:00, when the sun is strongest. Keep the curtains closed: If you are inside during the day and the sun is hitting the windows, try to keep the curtains closed to prevent the interior of the house from overheating. Choose light clothing: the important thing is to use fabrics that can dissipate water, and change clothes once you get drenched in sweat, because it loses the ability to evaporate in that time. Pay attention to your urine: if it’s the color of lemonade or lighter, you’re fine. If it is the color of apple juice or darker, you probably need to drink more water. Put ice cubes in the water bottle, especially if it is outdoors. If there is no air conditioning, keep the windows open at night and turn on fans to circulate the air. Take advantage of ceiling fans because they move hot air, they don’t cool you down, but they provide a sensation of between 3 and 4 degrees less.