Floods in Brazil and Ecuador continue, the next cities under water




Only in last weeks we have informed about severe floods, which bothered central parts of South America, mainly Brazil, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia /https://mkweather.com/floods-and-severe-storms-bother-parts-of-brazil/; https://mkweather.com/peru-ecuador-bolivia-and-brazil-with-dedly-floods-forecasts-are-bad//.

Parts of Ecuador and Brazil, report severe floods persistently, with the newest recent events from Guayaquil or Balsas, Ecuador and Espiritu Santo or Cachoeiro, Brazil.

Mainly some videos from Guayaquil, with high floodwater and collapsing buildings are very strong.

In Ecuador, moreover, volcano Sangay is making problems with air pollution and regional cooling effect from aerosols. Eruption of Sangay, however, isn´t so strong such as extreme explosion of Sinabung, Indonesia, in last days /https://mkweather.com/additional-contribution-for-global-cooling-sinabung-erupted//.

Forecasts for northern half of South America, excluding Maracaibo region, are still extremely rainy and stormy, with the next possible flooding effects in Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, northern Bolivia, southern Venezuela, Suriname or Guyana, with maximum 16-day precipitation amounts up to 700 mm until the end of March 2021 in Amazon.

Isolated storm systems are possible in Paraguay and Agentina, too.

Rainy season in South America will until Summer 2021 gradully shifting from south to the north.

Mkweather Spring 2021 forecast for South America you should find here: /https://mkweather.com/autumn-2021-forecast-for-south-america// – effects of La nina are still during the next months expected.

16-day precipitation forecast for South America /wxcharts.com
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