Heat wave: Which provinces were the most "hot"?

This Friday, January 14, the thermometers flew through the air in Argentina, Market Stall that up to 10 provinces exceeded 40 degrees of temperatureto. According to him National Meteorological Service (SMN), the combination of consecutive hot days, added to the minimum highs and of course, the enormous maximums, have the country under alert.

From the “end of the world” to the north of Argentina, on this day no one was saved and the measurements made it known. To show a button, Mar del Plata recorded the hottest day in its history. Therecord figure was 42.4 degrees and it is the highest at least since official records are kept.

For its part, the aforementioned group of 10 that was above forty, is made up of Catamarca, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, La Rioja, Tucumán, San Luis and Formosa.

Mar del Plata a historical temperature record was recorded.

What were the hottest provinces?

That ranking led him Santiago del Estero, that with their 43.4 degrees, prevailed at the national level. Further back we find the Buenos Aires province, in particular with the town of Punta Indio, which was shipped with 43,1 and also broke his own record. Completing the podium appears The Rioja, which came to measure about 42,3.

Returning to the district governed by Axel Kicillof, was the one that had more localities above said barrier, since at “The happy” and to Punta Indio, we have to add Campo de Mayo, Dolores, 9 de Julio, Merlo, Villa Gesell, La Plata, Tandil, Las Flores, El Palomar, Mariano Moreno, Pehuajó, Trenque Lauquen, Dolores, Benito Juárez and Ezeiza.

Refering to Buenos aires city, checked in at 4:00 p.m. a temperature of 41.2, the highest in the last 64 years. This mark had already been surpassed last Tuesday, but it did not last more than two days.

Cindy Fernández, SMN meteorologist, spoke with Télam and announced that relief is not far away and will come the next Sunday. He anticipated the entry of a cold front that “It will intensify more and advance over the central region of Argentina, causing a slight drop in maximum temperatures that will place them between 28 and 30 degrees”.

“The entry of cold air will cause a new drop in temperature in the central region of the country, with maximums between 20 and 25 degrees and, as the days go by, they could drop even more and be accompanied by recurring rainfall events”added.

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