In the last articles from a region, we informed about extreme temperatures in Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay /https://mkweather.com/after-devastating-frosts-and-snowing-hottest-winter-times-ever-paraguay-409c-brazil-404c-argentina-392c-and-uruguay-340c// and tornado and storms in Tucapel, central Chile /https://mkweather.com/a-tornado-hit-tucapel-central-chile//.
Now, we should update anomalous temperature from northern Argentina – in Rivadavia in winter maximum temperature reached on 20. August 2021 unbelievable +40,5°C and across the region, many August temperature records of maximum temperature were broken.
In Rivadavia, all-time South American record on 11. December 1902 was measured: +48,9°C – only 8,5°C more than during the current winter heatwave.
+36,8°C in Ituzaingó and +35,6C in Iguazú on 19. August was measured, what are the all-time August temperature records for stations.
Heatwave brought extreme +40,9°C in Paraguay, +40,4°C in Cuiabá, Brazil and +34,0°C in Uruguay /link above/ in the last days and extremely hot weather is coming between 2 periods with severe frosts and snowing.
Region reports severe drought, too, with weak coffee and orange harvest, damaged by frosts in last weeks /https://mkweather.com/parana-river-with-the-lowest-levels-in-80-years-after-frosts-in-brazil-prices-of-coffee-on-a-6-year-high//.
The next coldwave for the region is forecasted already during the 3rd August decade – firstly will be hit Patagonia and gradually, the same regions, which report currently heatwave, will sink into frosts and possibly snowing, again.
Meanwhile, South Africa is ending a powerful coldwave /https://mkweather.com/snow-in-south-africa// and Australia and Oceania are preparing to the next, above a continent wet and colder summer season 2021/2022, with a possibility of stronger cyclone season, weaker wildfire season, and a lot of spiders and mice /https://mkweather.com/after-spider-attacks-a-mice-plague-millions-of-mice-are-terrorizing-australia-2021/; https://mkweather.com/spider-invasion-in-australia-is-unbearable-2021-au//.