Thermometers mark 1.4°C and the Federal District has the coldest morning in history

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The Federal District recorded a minimum temperature of 1.4°C at 6 am this Thursday (19), the lowest value since the beginning of measurements, in 1963, by the National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet). The capital’s previous record was set in July 1975, when the minimum temperature was 1.6°C.

The numbers were collected by the automatic station of Gama, about 35 kilometers from the center of Brasília. In the center of the capital, the thermal sensation reached -2.2°C.

Inmet also released other temperatures in the Federal District.

Range (DF): 1.4°C
Paranoá (DF): 4.3°C
Planaltina (DF): 3.3°C
Southwest/Pilot Plan (DF): 5.9°C

Cyclone Yakecan lost intensity, “it should dissipate, but it will not influence the weather”, according to meteorologist Maria Cala Sassaki, from Climatempo.

“The cold front is on the continent, with the core positioned in the South region, and reaches as far as the North region”, he said, in an interview with CNN Radio.

According to her, “the wave will continue until Friday (20), with temperatures lower than average. We will have the chill until the end of May and, after the weekend, with less intensity.”

*under the supervision of Noeli Menezes

Source: CNN Brasil

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