Some people in Brazil saw the snow for the first time in their lives.
The next extreme coldwave hit at the end of July 2021 in South America, with anomalous temperatures in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, or Bolivia.
The worst winter conditions were reported from Brazil, where surprisingly, heavy snowing hit around 40 big municipalities in southern parts of the country.
So widespread occurrence of snow cover in Brazil is very rarely.
In Urubici, Santa Catarina region (1810 MASL), the minimum temperature on 29. July dropped to -8,5°C, only 5,5°C from the all-time cold Brazilian national record.
On 30. July, Gen. Carneiro (1018 MASL) reported only -7,2°C.
Antarctic winter appeared untraditionally in Sao Paulo with a tropical climate, where only +4,3°C / 39°F was measured. It´s the second-lowest temperature in the city in the last 20 years!
In Argentina, temperatures dropped up to -12°C, in Paraguay and Uruguay up to -3°C at well-known stations, but official records of the coldwave should be in all countries, including Brazil, even lower, in Brazil maybe under -10°C.
Coldwave is forecasted to persist on the SE coast of Brazil until 3. August, then, between 3.-5. August 2021, Patagonia (Chile and Argentina) will be hit by an anomalous heatwave, maybe with summer days in some stations in moderate climate zone.
While in South America and South Africa, so extreme coldwaves such as in the last period, are not already expected during the rest of Winter 2021 (until the end of August), the southern half of Australia should be hit by the next severe coldwaves with frosts or snow.
South Africa and South America are probably after a peak of Winter 2021 now and Summer 2021 in Europe is forecasted to have a longer break, in some Central-European countries maybe until 20. August 2021.
The next dramatic changes are in the next months across both hemispheres forecasted, including strengthening of La Nina and colder and wetter conditions in Southern Hemisphere, and powerful Hurricane season 2021, with colder NAO- / AO- Autumn in Northern Hemisphere.
Source: Tweet below
Cold morning for Southern Brazil👇
Last 24h temperature anomaly around Brazil👇(ref 1981-2010)
Next 24h (ECMWF deterministic)👇👇 pic.twitter.com/w07NSMHfqw
— Carlos Ramirez (@LpdlcRamirez) July 30, 2021
The cold in Brazil reached the city of Sao Paulo which recorded 4.3C,its second lowest in more than 20 years.The city used to have light frosts in the beginning of past century but nowadays because the rising temperatures and the urbanization the temperatures rarely fall below 5C https://t.co/bT35G8AgVi
— Extreme Temperatures Around The World (@extremetemps) July 30, 2021
How about that the video is filmed in the aforementioned mountainous regions of Southern Brazil?
As you said, they have subtropical weather, but as I said, frosts and snow are not a rare occurrence there. pic.twitter.com/TuoXdC7utN
— NatConTrad🇪🇸 (@TallahasseeLoo1) July 31, 2021
— Old Woman’s Chair (@JustCanadianGal) July 31, 2021
The climate emergency is in the minds of those who simply don't have the mental capacity to understand climate science.
Snow in Brazil in July?
How about a weak magnetic field in that region…https://t.co/Dnto2lzvPG
— Andy J Smith 🏴🇬🇧🇨🇦🇺🇲 (@a5972s) July 31, 2021
Brazil has experienced rare heavy snowfall since Thursday, threatening crops and bewildering locals who don’t usually see snow.
More than 40 cities in the state of Rio Grande do Sul had icy conditions and at least 33 municipalities had snow. https://t.co/ZX5DMW6sIv
— Peter Head (@PeterHeadCBE) July 31, 2021
Locals fascinated as rare heavy snow covers Brazil https://t.co/dtHPUUfHnp
— Afsaneh@wrongplanet.com (@Afsanehwrongpl1) July 31, 2021
Photos show snow on Brazil streets during a rare winter weather phenomenon https://t.co/qJ4ieDlDQB
— MSN Weather (@msnweather) July 31, 2021
— dennis cecconet (@denniscecconet) July 31, 2021
The Big Chill: Authorities in #Brazil Fear for the Safety of Tens of Thousands of Homeless as Record-Breaking Cold & #Snow Hit Areas of the Country while #Brazilian #Government Struggles with #COVIDー19 Crisis: https://t.co/2K1TCfTnQ6
— Miguel Dante (@MiguelDante) July 31, 2021
"I am 62 years old and had never seen the snow, you know!?" Brazil is seeing first snowfall in ages due to an intense Antarctic cold wave.
While this will case crop loss and a spike in Coffee & sugar prices, it signals a serious climate change pattern.pic.twitter.com/gYupk0faoj
— Abhishek Murarka 🥧💹 (@abhymurarka) July 31, 2021
Jet streams playing havoc — bringing snow to Brazil https://t.co/CVJQjlIUdw
— Iowa Climate 🇺🇸 (@IowaClimate) July 31, 2021
— Ali Hamza | #WearAMask (@ialihamza91) July 31, 2021