In an interview with CNN this Sunday (24), Climatempo meteorologist Paula Soares said “the sun is out strong today in most of the country”.
According to the meteorologist, the atmospheric blockage did not allow the advance of cold fronts through the territory of Brazil, concentrating in the southern region. “Rio Grande do Sul continues with clouds and rain. There are also clouds in Florianopolis and the Paraná coast, but no rain,” he said.
“Most of Brazil follows this Sunday with a dry air mass and temperatures are high for this time of year. We continue to experience dry and polluted air in the coming days,” he added.
According to Soares, there is no rain in the south-east of the Northern region, in the mid-western and southern regions. Precipitation is expected in the cities of Manaus, Belem, Macapa, Boa Vista. The meteorologist also warned about constant rains in the northeastern regions.
“From Thursday, a stronger cold front will arrive that will move to the southeast and midwest,” warned Soares. Despite this, the meteorologist explained that the cold will not be intense, there is no prospect of frost.
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