While southern parts of South America experienced in the last period the next extreme, almost historic heatwaves, from other parts of Latin America, serious flooding events were reported.
In Buenos Aires, Argentina, +36,4°C was on 22. November 2021 measured, which is temperature only 0,4°C below the all-time monthly record for a metropolitan city.
In Santiago, Chile, +33,6°C was measured on the same day, which is temperature only 1,1°C below the all-time November record for the city.
During the last 2 weeks, extreme floods were reported mainly from Colombia, e.g. regions of Cartagena, Pereira, or Narino /Tweets from Colombia below/.
The next severe floods were reported from the La Paz Department, Bolivia.
In the half of the month, an extreme hailstorm hit the city of Puebla in Mexico. Anomalous accumulations of hail and floods were reported.
Historic floods hit before approximately 10 days in Jamaica. Many areas with floodwater and landslides appeared across the island.
Floods appeared before a few days in Panama, too, with a few fatalities and damages.
While southern parts of South America expect extremely hot Summer 2021/2022, central and northern parts, such as parts of Central America expect very stormy summer/winter, mainly thanks to La Nina pattern /https://mkweather.com/summer-2021-2022-forecast-for-south-america-stormy-north-hot-and-dry-south-cold-and-dry-pacific-coast/; https://mkweather.com/winter-2021-2022-forecast-for-north-america-a-peak-of-winter-with-extreme-arctic-blasts-and-blizzards-in-february-2022//.