The cold will continue to be present at least until this Monday in the region, with a minimum of 7 degrees in Resistencia and surroundings, while a change in weather is expected for Tuesday, due to the entry of a southern front that will cause rainfall and rise of temperature, according to the forecast of the National Weather Service.
In detail, for this Monday -national holiday for Flag Day- a somewhat cloudy sky is announced in the morning and increasing cloudiness from the afternoon, worsening towards night with isolated storms, and light winds from the east rotating to the northeast . The temperature will range between a minimum of 7 degrees and a maximum of 22 degrees.
Likewise, a change in weather is expected for Tuesday, with rains and isolated storms throughout the day, and light winds from the northeast rotating to the south, with an increase in thermal values: a floor of 14 degrees and a ceiling of 24.
Meanwhile, isolated rains are forecast for Wednesday, with a minimum temperature of 16 degrees and a maximum of 17 degrees.
Finally, for Thursday, the SMN anticipates unstable weather, with drizzles, and a new drop in temperature: a minimum of 8 degrees and a maximum of 16.