MS has 9 cities among the driest in the country – Environment

MS has 9 cities among the driest in the country – Environment
MS has 9 cities among the driest in the country – Environment

Corumbá, São Gabriel do Oeste, Campo Grande, Coxim, Miranda, Três Lagoas, are some municipalities on the list

Dry weather on the Campo Grande Ring Road (Photo: Henrique Kawaminami/File)

Mato Grosso do Sul has nine municipalities with the lowest air humidity in the country, according to Inmet (National Institute of Meteorology). Corumbá leads with 12% relative humidity in the last 24 hours.

The other cities in the State are: São Gabriel do Oeste (15%), in 4th place; Campo Grande (18%), 5th place; Coxim (19%), 7th position; Miranda (21%), 13th; Clear Water (21%), 15°. Next is Jardim (22%); Porto Murtinho (22%); and Três Lagoas (22%).

The other cities in Brazil that are also included in the ranking are: Pão de Açúcar (13%); Nhumirim (14%); São Paulo – Mirante (18%); Delfino (19%); Sorocaba (19%); São Paulo Interlagos (19%).

Then there is the municipality of Caicó, with 20% humidity; Avaré (21%); Serra Talhada (21%); Ourinhos (23%); and Piracicaba (23%).

Forecast – For this Sunday (5), the predominance of sun should be in Mato Grosso do Sul. The cold front that hit the south and southwest regions of the State begins to move away and the temperature rises throughout the day. The maximum can reach 36ºC. Check it out here the time.

Humidity in Corumbá is expected to be between 15% and 80%; Campo Grande between 30% and 100%; Porto Murtinho, 20% to 90%; Três Lagoas, 20% to 90%.

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