Tucumán es una de las provincias con temperaturas más elevadas este sábado

The heat wave does not let up in the country and, once again, Tucumán is among the provinces with the highest temperatures, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN).

Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe and San Luis, in addition to the Federal Capital, had already exceeded 30° at 10 in the morning.

In this ranking, the first place is occupied by the Buenos Aires town of Punta Indio, with 37.2°; followed by Morón, with 36.4°; and then by Campo de Mayo and Merlo, with 36°.

The list continues with the zone of the Buenos Aires party of Ezeiza, with 35.7°; the city of Ceres, in Santa Fe, with 35.5°; Ciudad Jardín, in the Buenos Aires district of Palomar, with 35.5°; and Sauce Viejo (Santa Fe), Junín and La Plata (Buenos Aires) and the City of Buenos Aires, with 35.2°.

Completing this batch of areas with high temperatures, the Cordovan city of Villa Dolores, with 35.1 °; and a little step below Mariano Moreno (Buenos Aires) and Villa Reynolds (San Luis), with 35 °.

“The thermal sensations will reach 40° due to the effect of the entry of humidity in the center and east of the province of Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Córdoba, Corrientes and Santa Fe, added to the wave of high temperatures that continues today,” he reported. to the agency Télam the meteorologist of the SMN Lucas Berengua.

The specialist stressed that the day will be marked by the highest temperatures, above 41 ° for the provinces of Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan, Chaco, east of Salta.

These same thermals are expected for the southeast of Córdoba and the northwestern center of the province of Buenos Aires.

Meanwhile, for the rest of the province of Buenos Aires, except the Atlantic Coast, a temperature higher than 38° is estimated and for the Federal Capital the same temperature mark with partly cloudy skies, isolated storms and reduced visibility due to smoke.

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