Wednesday will have mostly sunshine in most of RS

Wednesday will have mostly sunshine in most of RS
Wednesday will have mostly sunshine in most of RS
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Wednesday (3) will be firm weather in much of Rio Grande do Sul. Only in the Western Border, in Campanha and in the South can there be rain showers in the second half of the day. The highest volumes of rain, 24 millimeters, will be recorded in the Western and Southern Borders. In Uruguaiana, on the border with Argentina, this value corresponds to 12% of the forecast for the month in the municipality.

With regard to temperature, the maximum in the State will be 36ºC and occurs in Vicente Dutra and Novo Tiradentes, both cities in the North. The minimum, in turn, occurs in Pedras Altas, in the South: 10ºC. In Porto Alegre, thermometers fluctuate between 18ºC and 31º.

On Thursday (4), the weather changes, due to the formation of a low pressure system in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Therefore, the day will be rainy and very cloudy in the Western Border, in the Missions, in the Campaign, in the Central and South Regions. Thunderstorms may even occur in these areas. In the Metropolitan Region, the Valleys, the Serra and the North, the sun predominates, but there are rain showers in the afternoon and at night.

The highest volumes of rain this time will be 32 millimeters and occur in cities in the Central Region and the Rio Pardo Valley. In Sobradinho, in Vale do Rio Pardo, this value represents 18% of what was expected by the end of April in the city.

The maximum temperature will, again, be 36ºC and occurs in Vicente Dutra, in the North. The minimum temperature reaches 14ºC and occurs in São José dos Ausentes, in Serra. In Porto Alegre, the thermal variation will be between 21ºC and 29ºC.

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