Uruguaiana records highest temperature in Rio Grande do Sul since 1986

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The city of Uruguaiana, in Rio Grande do Sul, recorded 42.1°C this Thursday (20), the highest temperature in the state in almost 40 years.

According to data from the National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet), this is the highest temperature in the entire South region in 2022, so far, and also the 5th highest value ever recorded in RS in the entire historical series.

The last time there was a temperature higher than that in the state was in 1986 and 1963, with 42.2°C.

Highest temperatures recorded in Rio Grande do Sul by Inmet:

  • 42.6°C – Jaguarão, on 01/01/1943
  • 42.4°C – São Luiz Gonzaga, on 01/16/1943
  • 42.2°C – Uruguaiana, on 01/27/1986
  • 42.2°C – Iraí, on 01/03/1963
  • 42.1°C – Uruguaiana, on 01/20/2022
  • 42.0°C – Pelotas, on 01/01/1943
  • 41.9°C – Campo Bom, on 11/16/1985

Since January 27, 1986, the state of Rio Grande do Sul has not had a maximum daily temperature equal to or greater than 42.0°C. This is also the 9th consecutive day that the state records temperatures equal to or greater than 40°C.

Other cities and capitals in the South and Southeast also had the highest temperatures in the summer of 2022, according to ClimaTempo.

On Wednesday (19), the thermometer at Mirante de Santana, in São Paulo, marked 33.7°C. Curitiba equaled the highest value for January also on Wednesday: 31.6°C.

In Florianópolis, with 34.8°C – the highest temperature in two years -, Brasília, with 29.8°C, and in Rio de Janeiro, with 38.2°C, the hottest day of the year was also reached. .

Reference: CNN Brasil

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