Rising temperature in AMBA: How long will the “mini spring” last?

As of Friday the weather in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires (AMBA) began to change, the temperature rose and the weekend was accompanied by a phenomenon that brings with it global warming. During Saturday, the maximum temperature was above 20 degrees, the humidity rose considerably to the point of exceeding 75% and there would be a probability of between 40 and 70% of rains for the night. Meanwhile, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN), on Sunday a drop in temperature is expected that will place it at 9 degrees of minimum to 17 of maximum. It is estimated that the sky would be partly cloudy and with winds from the southwest sector. In addition, the heat that will be felt in several parts of the country comes from the hand of the north wind that affects the extreme north of Argentina and the regions of Cuyo and Pampeana. From the SMN it was assured that “this air mass will cause temperatures of up to 4 and 5 ° C above normal in the Argentine Northwest and the Coast, but it will not last long.” Although many enjoyed this mini spring, everything will end next Monday because the return of the cold is expected with minimums of 9 degrees and maximums of 14 degrees. This will be maintained throughout the days, since, both Tuesday and Wednesday there will be similar temperatures and a very low probability of precipitation.

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