Heat wave: When do extreme temperatures go away?

It’s been a few days since the residents of the Buenos aires city they come fighting with a blazing heat wave. With temperatures that were known to be above 40 degrees, they do not plan to ease until at least Sunday. So did the National Meteorological Service (SMN).

As there is a countdown, probably the porteños, and of course all those who are dealing with this kind of time, will be marking the days as the prisoners so that this situation ends. In addition to providing the forecast, The aforementioned body was in charge of disseminating some recommendations to the population: avoid the sun at noon and drink plenty of water.

For next Friday a maximum of 42 degrees is expected.

In addition, the SMN indicated that we are going through a “Orange alert”, at least in the City of Buenos Aires, since the effect of high temperatures on health could be moderate / high. Not happy with this, they specified that the consequences could be “Very dangerous, especially for risk groups”.

Of course there are still a few days to Sunday and It is time to look towards Friday, January 14, which will “to meet” with about 42 degrees of maximum temperature (CABA), which will be the highest figure after 41.1 last Tuesday. Fortunately, however, it is estimated that the record set in 1957, which was 43.3 degrees Celsius, will not be broken.

On its website, the agency explained that “An event of extreme temperatures is a period in which it is expected that temperature values ​​will be recorded that can endanger people’s health”.

This maximum will be reached from 1:00 p.m., which will be the hottest day in a long time. “Tomorrow is the hottest day. Highs are expected to exceed 41 °, 42 ° in many parts of the country ”, explained to THE NATIONIgnacio López Amorín, of the National Meteorological Service (SMN).

Fortunately, he also clarified that relief is on the way, at a slow pace, but as Doug Hudson pointed out in the first film of Cars, “Better step that lasts than trot that tires”. A cold front originating in Patagonia will have a strong impact on the central zone and will lower the thermometer by almost 20 degrees. “That will change the wind, lower the temperature, and cause rains and storms that will continue Monday and Tuesday”added López Amorín.

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