Between 21 and 35 degrees Celsius will be the temperature that will be felt in some locations in Ecuador between Saturday 28 and Monday 30 January.
According to the alert of high daytime temperatures from the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inamhi), between 10:00 and 16:00 there will be an increase in temperature.
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On the coast, temperatures will range from 29 degrees (medium level) to 34 degrees (high level).
The entity explained that it will focus on the center and south of the region, with greater intensity on Sunday, January 29.
In the Inter-Andean region, the temperature will be between 21 degrees (medium level) and 26 degrees (high level).
🟠Advertencia No.04 ☀️🌡l Between January 28 and 30, 2023: High Daytime Temperatures.
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— National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (@inamhi_ec) January 27, 2023
In the eastern part of the inter-Andean alley there will be greater intensity, especially during the weekend.
In addition, Inamhi noted, ultraviolet radiation is expected to reach extremely high levels between 10:00 and 16:00.
Waves of more than two meters will reach the continental and insular coast during the weekend
In the Amazon, it will go from 29 degrees (medium level) to 35 degrees (high level); It will focus on the northeastern part of that region of the country.
What is the reason for this increase in temperatures? Inamhi indicated that it responds, among other factors, to the low moisture content in the environment and to daytime radiation processes. (YO)
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