• Floods are shifting to northern South America, problems reports Peru

    Only in last 2 articles we have informed about serious problems with floods in Brazil, Ecuador and Colombia /https://mkweather.com/floods-in-brazil-ecuador-and-colombia-continue-until-easter-1000-mm-rainfall-forecasted/; https://mkweather.com/floods-in-brazil-and-ecuador-continue-the-next-cities-under-water//. ITCZ (Intertropical Convergence Zone) is slowly shifting northward and floods are shifting too. While in the Summer 2020/2021, rain season threated northern Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and southern parts of Brazil, ...
  • Cruel winter in Patagonia continues: Massive losses of sheep (100 000 killed) because of intense ...

    Snowstorms and frosts in the region of Patagonia, Rio Negro province, could cause the death of 70% of the flock, according to en.mercopress.com. Some parts of Andes have 7 meters of snow and higher Patagonian elevations are fighting with 1-2 meters of snow. Region has reported frosts up to -23°C ...
  • Before abnormal coldwave in Brazil the worst rainforest fires for 10 years

    The Amazon has seen the worst start of fire season in a decade, with 10,136 fires spotted in the first 10 days of August and more than 40 000 recorded fires in the July. July and August every year, are considered for the start of fire season. Dry season in ...
  • Brazil is waiting a historic coldwave, temperatures will drop 30°C below average around 20. August ...

    Several regions of Brazil are suffering a historically cold days in August 2020. Serra Catarinense (SE Brazil) has been registering consecutive negative temperatures since June 29, with no end to the run in sight. All-time cold records have been busted in the southern municipality of Bom Jardim da Serra of late. The ...
  • Patagonia with one of the cruelest winter for last 20 years

    During the winter 2020, record-breaking temperatures of up to -23°C have been measured across the lower regions of Argentina and Chile. Powerful Antarctic cold fronts riding anomalously-far north stormtracks of deep cyclones have accompanied the freeze, and have delivered extremely high accumulations of snow (of 5+ feet / 150 cm+). ...