The oppressive heat does not give way and most of the country is on alert for extreme temperatures «Diario La Capital de Mar del Plata

Much of the country continues this Friday on a red alert due to the health risk that the extreme temperatures forecast for the day may imply, especially the provinces of Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan, Mendoza, San Luis and La Pampa, reported the National Meteorological Service.

The SMN also established the red level for some localities in Buenos Aires, Jujuy, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Neuquén and Río Negro, which warns that temperatures “very dangerous to health can be registered, which can affect all people, even healthy ones ”if the appropriate care is not taken.

In Mar del Plata the temperature is expected to reach a maximum of 40 degrees and set a new record after Thursday’s 39.6 degrees, the hottest day in the last 64 years. The sky will be partially cloudy with winds from the northwest sector rotating to the south and gusts of up to 50 kilometers per hour.

Above 40 degrees

While the heat wave continues throughout the country and yesterday 12 provinces endured 40 degrees or more in temperature, the maximum expected during the day today in these areas in red level are between 41 and 43 degrees, according to the forecast of the SMN .

Meanwhile, the city of Buenos Aires continues on an orange alert, with a predicted maximum of 42 degrees, as well as some towns in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santiago del Estero, Santa Fe, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, San Luis, the south from Mendoza and the north of Neuquén.

In this case, the orange level implies that temperatures “can be very dangerous to health, especially for risk groups”, such as infants and young children, over 65 and people with chronic diseases.

For its part, the yellow alert applies to La Plata and the center and south of the province of Buenos Aires; Salta, Formosa, Chaco, Misiones and Corrientes, as well as in some localities of Santiago del Estero, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos.

In these areas, it is noted that the expected maximums “can be dangerous, especially for risk groups.”

A sweltering Friday is expected in AMBA with a maximum of 42 degrees

This Friday it is presented in the city of Buenos Aires and its surroundings with clear skies, an estimated temperature of 26 degrees minimum and 42 degrees maximum, and winds from the north, reported the National Meteorological Service.

The City continued today with an orange alert that warns about the risks that extreme temperatures can have on people’s health, especially for risk groups such as babies and young children, over 65 years and people with chronic diseases.

heat high temperatures

At 6 o’clock, the expected minimum mark had already been surpassed by marking the thermometers 26.6 degrees with a thermal sensation of 28.1 degrees, according to data from the SMN.

Tomorrow the sky will be somewhat cloudy, but the heat will continue to be intense with a minimum temperature of 28 degrees and a maximum of 38 degrees.

On Sunday, meanwhile, the expected relief will arrive with rains throughout the day and the temperature will be at a minimum of 27 degrees and a maximum of 32 degrees.

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