The dawn pass on Sunday, the 24th, was dry weather throughout the Itajai Mirim Valley, after rain on Saturday between late afternoon and evening in the area, by the way, little was noticed.
In Brusque and Guabiruba, sizes oscillated from only 2 to 3 mm. It rained a little more in the cities towards the Alto Valley, where it ranged between 6 and 11 mm.
Here are the 3 highest rates measured up to the night before:
11.2 mmThe farm of Rio Bonito in Vidal Ramos
7.4 mm/ Center in Presidente Nereus
6.1 mm/ Ourinhos in Botuverá
There is no cold, not cold
The absence of cold among 16 sites that were monitored in the Brusk region at dawn and early Sunday. Follow the minimum measurements immediately after dawn break in the places indicated in the appendix to the table:
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What does the weather forecast say?
According to the forecast, there may still be some isolated rain in the Brusk region on Sunday. The good news is that the day should bring good periods for outdoor practices.
NS Do Cerro Groh’s Blog I spoke with Aleirablo meteorologist Alf Matos. Check out this pro’s report to our column right after the photo.
“The displacement of moisture from the ocean helps that there are many clouds over the cities of Vale do Itajaí on Sunday, alternating with some sun openings.”
“There are conditions for light and isolated rain, especially between late afternoon and night.”
“The maximum temperature tends to fluctuate between 24°C and 26°C in Brusque and the surrounding municipalities. Light winds blow from west/southwest through east/southeast.”
With weather information: Allef Matos / AlertaBlu Meteorology
This is how it started on Sunday
Next, we’ll present photos submitted by Ciro Groh’s blog contributors, showing how Sunday began at each location mentioned in the caption:
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