Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Downpours and thunderstorms will continue through the weekend

High temperatures will continue throughout the weekend a couple of degrees higher than normal, resulting in hot and very muggy weather (bochornoso), causing severe downpours, lightning and thunderstorms in some areas.

The rains are primarily foreseen for the afternoons, while mornings are sunny and hot.

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These conditions are typical of the rainy season, though it has yet to officially arrive.

The national weather service, IMN, also foresees strong winds at times.

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