April 19, 2014
Wednesday, January 1, 2014

City Weather alert reduced to 'Yellow'

The National Meteorological Service (SMN) has lowered the weather alert for the City of Buenos Aires to yellow, due to the intense heat wave that has affected the capital in recent week.

The new alert status informs that the high temperatures could be dangerous, especially for babies and small children, senior citizens and those who suffer from chronic illness, and preventative measures are advised for those groups.

The easing of temperatures recorded recently led to the red alert, the maximum warning of the SMN and only used in exceptional cases, coming to an end. Today in Buenos Aires a maximum temperature of 33°C is forecast, with a minimum of 23°C.

Tomorrow, meanwhile, will see temperatures drop further, with showers and storms also predicted by meteorologists.
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