The whole country is going through a hellish January and San Juan always stands out with high temperatures. This Tuesday was no exception and at 18, with a cloudy sky, the thermometer marked 44 degrees and positioned the province as the hottest in the country.
In addition, the National Meteorological Service reported that San Juan is on a red alert, which means that “it is a high to extreme effect on health and can affect all people, even healthy ones.”
For the next few hours there is a low percentage of probability of rain, from 10 to 40 &, while Wednesday’s session will be similar, with a predicted maximum of 43 degrees.
Prevention tips to prevent heat stroke
Regarding babies and children
– Avoid exposing them to the Sun.
– Keep them in cool places.
– Breastfeed them more often.
– Offer them fresh and safe water.
Symptoms of a heat stroke:
– Feeling of vertigo.
– Loss of consciousness.
– Red, hot and dry skin.
– Acceleration of the heart rate with weak beat and body temperature between 41 and 42 degrees.