The National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet) issued an orange storm alert for the Southeast and intense rain in the North and Central-West of the country, with minimums and maximums varying according to location. Orange alert indicates a significant level of danger.
The National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet) issued an orange storm alert for the Southeast and heavy rain in the North and Central-West of the country in the coming days.
According to the institute, in Rio de Janeiro, Friday will have rain showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. The maximum temperature will reach 30°C, while the minimum will be 21°C. In Belo Horizonte, isolated rain showers are forecast in the morning and afternoon, with weakening at night.
In São Paulo, there should be isolated rain showers throughout the day, with the possibility of hail in the afternoon, but without a storm warning. The thermometers in the capital of São Paulo will register temperatures between 25°C and 18°C.
In Goiânia, in the Center-West of the country, there is a possibility of thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening with a storm warning. The maximum in the city is 32°C and the minimum is 20°C. Brasília is also expecting heavy rain.
In the north of the country, in Manaus, Palmas and Porto Velho, there is also a warning of intense rain, with isolated showers predicted throughout the day and possible thunderstorms in the afternoon. Manaus and Palmas will have maximum temperatures of 32°C and 23°C, respectively, while Porto Velho, the thermometers will read 31°C and 25°C.
What are Inmet alerts?
Inmet monitors weather events and issues alerts to the National and State Civil Defense. Inmet’s alert system employs a scale consisting of three levels: yellow, orange and red, each representing different degrees of danger. The orange alert, the second on the scale, indicates a significant level of danger, falling between yellow, which represents potential danger, and red, which signals an extreme dangerous situation.
Source: Redação Terra