Mar del Plata will spend the hottest day in its history to temperatures more typical of autumn than summer in the coming days.
After the thermometer marked 42.2° yesterday at 4:10 p.m. and exceeded the mark of January 28, 1957 (41.6°), the city began a meteorological process that implies radical change: of the air that burned will pass in the week to minimums that could be located below 10° and to maximums of around 20°.
The LA CAPITAL page of January 29, 1957 gives an account of the temperature of the previous day, which until yesterday was a record.
From Sunday and Monday, the advance of cold air will cause a notable drop in temperatures in the center of the country, The National Weather Service reported this Saturday.
Unstable weather is expected in the next few hours, with isolated storms likely. A maximum of 31 ° is forecast for tomorrow, but in the framework of a sunny day, but with probable showers and isolated storms.
One of the maps through which the Meteorological Service anticipated the notable drop in temperatures for the center of the country.
At the beginning of the week, the minimum temperatures can be below 15 ° in sectors of La Pampa and Buenos Aires, he said. In Mar del Plata, it is expected for Monday a minimum of 16° and a maximum of 19°; for Tuesday, 12° minimum and 20° maximum; for Wednesday, 9° minimum and 23° maximum, and for Thursday, 10° minimum and 25° maximum.