December 14, 2017

Extreme weather

Saturday, February 20, 2010

After City floods, more rains expected

Floodings in Palermo

Buenos Aires province and City inhabitants will have to go through another day of rains, drizzle and isolated storms. The highest temperatures are expected to reach 26°C. After the torrential thunderstorms that caused floodings, blackouts and traffic jams during last weeks more heavy showers are expected for the next days.

The National Weather Forecast Service (SMN) forecasts a cloudy sky, rains, drizzles and isolated storms for today, although the situation is expected to improve during the evening. Lowest temperatures are expected to reach 21°C.

No rain is expected for tomorrow, where it will be partly cloudy and temperaturas will range between 19°C and 26°C.

However, unstable weather will return on Monday and Tuesday, with temperaturas ranging from 20°C to 27°C.

In the meantime, a severe storm alert remains for the whole northern Buenos Aires province area, and north, center and southeast of Cordoba province, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Santa Fe and the Río de la Plata river as well.

"There are still thunderstorms in development, as well as heavy rains and occasional hail," the SMN said.

Weather conditions are expected to gradually improve starting tonight.

And also, the severe storm alert in the Buenos Aires province and City has been called off.


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