São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro should have heavy rains in the afternoon throughout this week, according to meteorologist Maria Clara Sassaki, from Climatempo.
In an interview with CNN Radio she said the temperatures will be “much more pleasant.”
“Days start out cooler, but the temperature rises a lot in the afternoon, typical of spring-summer, it gets hot and there are showers throughout the Southeast”, he said.
Sassaki states that there is a possibility of grazino in areas of the interior of São Paulo and south of Minas Gerais, with more intense rains between Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo.
In the south, an area of low pressure caused 300 mm of rain in the last 24 hours, “practically double the expected rainfall for the month of November.
“Every Monday and Tuesday will be marked by instability, up to the east side of the state of Paraná, with a lot of rain this beginning of the week”, he said.
In the Midwest, Brasilia, Goiás and the north of Mato Grosso should have more voluminous showers of rain, while Mato Grosso do Sul and southern Mato Grosso will have isolated rains, with temperatures around 40ºC.
The North and Northeast should also have heavy rains, “with a corridor of humidity from the south of Bahia to Roraima”, also highlighting Tocantins and the south of Pará.
Maria Clara Sassaki recalled that the La Niña phenomenon, which causes more rainfall than normal in the summer, should remain influential until at least March next year.
*Produced by Isabel Campos
Source: CNN Brasil
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