After a heat wave that lasted throughout March, next week will finally bring relief for a few days. According to the National Meteorological Service (SMN), a cold front will enter this Sunday afternoon that will lead to strong storms and a notable drop in temperatures since Monday.
In the City of Buenos Aires, a minimum of 23° and a maximum of 31° are forecast for this Sunday for noon hours. In the afternoon the first rains could arrive accompanied by electrical activity.
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During the coming week the temperatures will oscillate between 20° and 26° and there will only be rain on Monday and Tuesday. Starting Friday and throughout the next weekend, it will be long, the rains are expected to return.
As indicated by the SMN, there may be “locally strong” storms, gusts and occasional hail.
From Sunday, heavy rains and a sharp drop in temperatures are expected for the AMBA. By: David Fernandez | EFE
In the Buenos Aires suburbs, it would be the east where practically identical situations would be experienced in the west.
Buenos Aires recorded the hottest summer in its history
The Meteorological Service explained that this summer was “the warmest recorded in Argentina, leaving the torrid summer of 1988-1989 in second place.” So far in March, the heat did not let up and electricity consumption spikes were recorded.
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In addition, they pointed out that it was one of the five hottest summers in 117 years and that four of them occurred in the last 10 years. Below is the list:
2022/23 (25.6°C)1988/89 (25.3°C)2015/16 (25.3°C)2016/17 (25.2°C)2013/14 (24.8°C)