Weather forecast alerts for event return in late 2021

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hey United States Department of Meteorology and Oceanography (NOAA), this Thursday, 8, released a report on equatorial Pacific Ocean temperatures. The study showed that the likelihood of La Nia appearing later this year increased compared to the June forecast.

“This pattern continues, more or less, through January, February and March 2022, with about a 70% chance of a La Nia between November and January. There is still no hope of cooling in the deepest waters of the ocean, but if neutral Eventually the cold bias persists, the effect will be the same, even without the event’s configuration”, explains the weather editor-in-chief, Priscilla Pieva.

The effect of La Nia will be observed only during the wet season of Brazil and is expected to cause above average rainfall in the north and northeast and below average in the south and Mercosur.

“Now, we are in neutrality, although the rainfall in the south remains below average. Anyway, for agriculture, better conditions are expected for the growth of crops in Matopiba, although there is also the possibility of overwintering during harvesting”, Celso Oliveira says, adding meteorology.

According to him, on the other hand, the south and Mercosur may suffer occasional losses due to regional drought. “The southeast and midwest will be in the middle with So Paulo and Mato Grosso do Sul with regional drought and continuous rain next summer along Minas Gerais, Goiás and Mato Grosso”, he explains.

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