Extreme temperatures continue

The heat wave in the City of Buenos Aires, which celebrated a week yesterday, ended at this time, although the district continues to be under red alert due to extreme temperatures, as are some municipalities in the Buenos Aires suburbs, while a decrease in the brands is expected. thermal for Friday, reported the National Meteorological Service (SMN).

“For there to be a heat wave, there must be at least three consecutive days with minimum and maximum temperatures at certain thresholds. In the City of Buenos Aires, the minimum must exceed 22 degrees and the maximum, 32. But the minimum of Today (yesterday) it was 21.8”, indicated SMN meteorologist Cindy Fernández, to explain the end of this phenomenon.

A heat wave is an excessively hot period, which can have a slight to very high impact on health, especially for risk groups, such as boys and girls, and those over 65 with chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases.

Although the heat wave has just ended, the sweltering temperatures will continue, with highs predicted to be around 33, 34 and 36 degrees until Friday when they are expected to drop.

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