The National Metereological Service (SMN) launched a alert for fifteen provinces by strong gusts of wind. According to the state body, the burst could reach the 80 kilometers per hour. In turn, they could produce storms tonight. Thus, the territories of Córdoba, San Luis, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos, Corrientes, Misiones, Formosa, Chaco, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan and Salta, in addition to the Buenos aires city, are those affected, some in their entirety and others partially.
According to Telam, the intense wind in the central zone of Argentina will continue until today at the end of the day. It is expected that from the last hours of today and tomorrow it will begin to slow down. At the same time, in the north of Argentina, the wind will begin to increase around 19:00. Also, in the northeast, between today night and tomorrow morning, electrical storms will be generated. In CABA, meanwhile, they recommended not to leave loose elements that can fly and adjust windows and all kinds of openings.
This afternoon, the National Meteorological Service reported that in parts of Mendoza, San Luis, La Pampa, San Juan, Córdoba and the Province of Buenos Aires there were gusts that exceeded 80 km / h and a marked drop in temperatures. In turn, there were also reports of some isolated storms and reduced visibility due to airborne dust. In the Federal Capital area, the front is arriving with gusts of wind close to 60 kilometers per hour.
The Front of All had to raise an act because of the wind
The wind was the protagonist in an act of the Frente de Todos (FdT) in Ezeiza. The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, the Minister of Public Works of the Nation, Gabriel Katopodis, the mayor of Ezeiza, Alejandro Granados, and the candidate for national deputy in that territory Victoria Tolosa Paz could not inaugurate a section of the Presidente Perón Highway, which will connect what is known as the third ring of the suburbs, or rather, they had to reduce an act of one hour to fifteen minutes. “Neither the wind, nor the dust, nor the rain are going to make us cower or change our mind,” Kicillof said.
Curiosity was at the hands of Tolosa Paz. In the middle of her speech, the former national official was punished by the hardest phase of the storm. “I will be very brief because the weather and General Perón’s tears warrant it (…) This Juan Domingo Perón highway bears in the center of the scene the imprint of that General who made Argentina productive,” said the candidate for national deputy. Yes, he called “tears” to the “rain” that fell on the municipality of Ezeiza.