Only previous weekend and early this week, Cordoba in Argentina was enjoying hot summer day, with maximum temperature +27°C.
Summer days above +25°C were measured in northern parts of Patagonia too, but gradually, Antarctic front will come and brought record coldwave with snowstorm.
In Cordoba, it has snowed the first time since 1975, or according to the next information, since 2007.
In the city, only 7-times in history snowing has appeared and during last workweek, it was real snowstorm, when deep snow cover covered the region.
In Maquinchao, Argentina more southward, -15,3°C was on Tuesday, 15. June 2021 measured.
Extremely cold weather hit Chile, too, with measured -13,3°C in Balmaceda on Friday, 18. June 2021.
According to forecasts, extreme coldwave is shifting northward, to Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and southern Brazil, with possibility of extremely cold weather and risk of frosts and ground frosts.
On the other hand, main agricultural regions in Argentina in northeastern parts of the country report relatively good soil moisture conditions.
Severe storms hit in last period Santa Katarina, Brazil /Santa Catarina, Brazil: 280 mm / 24 hours, severe floods - mkweather/ and south-central Chile /South-Central Chile with floods, 128,9 mm / 20 hours - mkweather/, while large parts of Brazil report severe drought /The worst floods in Amazon since 1902 and the worst drought in southern Brazil since 1920 at the same time! - mkweather/. Meanwhile, in Colombia, Guyana and Central America, such as in Amazon, Brazil, severe floods are reported /Severe floods in Medellin, Colombia, Guyana declared floods such a national disaster, Panama and Guatemala flooded, too - mkweather/.
Antarctica in last day reached already -81,7°C and its extremely cold /Antarctica is extremely cold, -80°C (+cold 30-day forecast), while World without global warming evidence - mkweather/, with potential for the next Antarctic blobs and blasts in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Chile /Southern Argentina: more than 1 meter of snow, the biggest snowfall since 1990s! - mkweather/.