• Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santa Katarina region after extreme storms

    17 years after rare event, when Santa Katarina region, southern Brazil, hit a tropical system of Category 2, round of severe storms went trough Buenos Aires (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Santa Katarina (southern Brazil). Storm system has brought regionally severe storms with flash floods. Powerful thunderstorm system arise above Pampa ...
  • Severe storms hit Argentina, Uruguay and southern Brazil, Santa Katarina with 21 dead or missing

    Not only Bolivia, Amazonia, Ecuador and Peru /https://mkweather.com/2020/12/19/extreme-storms-hit-yacuiba-bolivia//, but too Argentina, Uruguay and southern Brazil are these days bothered by severe storms, which have been in Santa Catarina, southern Brazil, deadly. Forecasts before severe storms have been published on Accuweather early this week for parts of northern Argentina, Uruguay and ...
  • NEXT HORROR FLOODS IN BRAZIL (UBERLANDIA)

    Region of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro long-term bother severe storms, which are bringing disastrous floods. On 29. November Mkweather brought an extreme videos from terrifying floods near Sao Paulo, Brazil /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/29/total-devastation-terrifying-videos-from-floods-in-sao-paolo-brazil//. Now, extreme floods hit Uberlandia, between Sao Paulo and Brasilia, with very similar scenes from streets of ...
  • Central Chile after 30-34°C heatwave

    Despite of La nina phase, which is bringing cold and dry weather to western coast of South America, from Ecuador to southern Chile, the first significant heatwave hit on Wednesday central Chile. In Lo Pinto (512 MASL), central Chile, meteorologists measured +33,2°C, in Santiago (520 MASL) +31,7°C and in Curico ...
  • Paraguay: A new national absolute temperature record, +45,5°C (114°F), 10 000 wildfires and state emergency

    While in southern Argentina are still persisting a winter conditions /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/04/argentina-the-second-spring-month-and-still-is-snowing//, northward from stormtrack, in Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia and northern Argentina and Chile is extremely hot, with wildfires and severe drought. The worst situation is currently reported from Paraguay, where has been measured all-time maximum temperature record, +45,5°C / 113.9°F ...