Strong winds are expected to affect the entire coast of São Paulo on Wednesday night (8), warns the state’s Civil Defense.
The wind is expected to last until around 6pm on Thursday (9), with gusts of up to 74 km/h.
This intensification makes the sea rougher and it is not recommended that people remain in the water during the period or practice sports such as surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing on the beaches of São Paulo, according to Civil Defense.
Last Friday (3), a storm caused winds exceeding 100 km/h in the metropolitan region of São Paulo. The storm knocked down trees and left millions of homes without power.
This morning, 11 thousand customers were still without electricity supply, according to Enel, the distributor responsible for the region. On Tuesday (7), the CPFL Energia group, which serves 234 municipalities in the interior and on the coast, reported that 18,700 customers were without service.
Published by Leonardo Rodrigues.
Source: CNN Brasil
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