Holiday will have storms and risk of flooding in SC


In Santa Catarina, the Proclamation of the Republic holiday, this Wednesday (15), will be marked by instability in the weather. Civil Defense warned of isolated storms, accompanied by gales and intense rain across the State, in addition to rising rivers in all regions, with a high risk of flooding, flash floods and gradual flooding.

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The storms are expected to start in the early hours of Wednesday, across the Greater West and areas bordering Rio Grande do Sul. As temperatures rise, instability moves to other regions of the State throughout the day.

Civil Defense warns of risk of flooding and gradual flooding in SC (Photo: Disclosure, Civil Defense)

According to Civil Defense, these weather instabilities are caused by the advance of a cold front combined with heat and humidity coming from the Amazon region, providing conditions for the formation of storms accompanied by gales and intense rain.

Regarding temperatures, thermometers vary from 14°C to 17°C during dawn in the plateau region and from 17°C to 21°C in other regions. During the afternoon, brief periods of improvement in the weather favor an increase in temperatures with marks close to 27°C and 30°C in all regions of Santa Catarina.

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See the temperatures for the holiday in each region of SC

  • Far West: 18°C – 35°C
  • West: 15°C – 31°C
  • Midwest: 14°C – 31°C
  • South Plateau: 13°C – 27°C
  • South coast: 16°C – 29°C
  • Itajaí Valley: 14°C – 26°C
  • Greater Florianópolis Serrana: 15°C – 23°C
  • Greater Florianópolis Coastal: 16°C – 25°C
  • North Plateau: 14°C – 32°C
  • North Coast: 17°C – 26°C.

*With information from Epagri/Ciram

*Under the supervision of Andréa da Luz

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