For the second day in a row, the Federal District recorded a record of heat in the year. According to the National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet), the temperature reached 34.2°C this Monday (12), at Ponte Alta station, in Gama, with relative humidity falling to 11%.
Also according to Inmet, the Federal District has been without rain for 118 days; and there is no forecast of rain for the next few days, say meteorologists.
On Sunday (11), the temperature had also hit a record, reaching 34°C at the station installed at Parque de Águas Emendadas. The relative humidity of the air was 12%.
According to Inmet, much of the central region of the country faces hot and dry weather this week. The air humidity should be below 15% during this period. In addition to the DF, the heat wave affects the states of Tocantins, Minas Gerais, São Paulo, Mato Grosso do Sul, Mato Grosso and Goiás.
From Thursday (15), there is a chance of rain in the hottest locations, but for now, there is no forecast of rain for the Federal District. The sun will predominate in DF until at least Friday (16).
🥵#Heat: Today (12), the Federal District recorded the highest temperature of the year so far: 34.2°C.
The record is from the Inmet meteorological station, in Gama-DF.
🌡️ The maximum surpasses the previous record of 34°C, recorded in 11/09/2022.
🔥 DF has been without rain for 118 days.
— INMET (@inmet_) September 12, 2022
Source: CNN Brasil