Snow, thunder and rain in Peru: these 12 regions will have heavy rainfall this November 9
The National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology of Peru (Senamhi) issued its last two weather warnings to inform the general population that several locations in Peru will be affected by moderate to strong rainfall in the coming hours. The period of validity of the entity's notice is almost three days, so precautions must be taken.
"From the Thursday, November 9 to Saturday, November 11 precipitation will occur (snow, hail, sleet and rain) of moderate to strong intensity in the mountains,” the institution reported.
In weather warning No. 247, it was specified that there is a greater probability of having the presence of hail in cities that are above 2,800 meters above sea level (masl) and snow in those that are above 4,000 meters.
“In addition, the occurrence of hail is expected in areas above 2,800 m asl and snow in locations above 4,000 m asl,” indicated Senamhi.
The entity highlighted that these precipitations will be accompanied by electric shocks (possibly lightning, thunder and lightning) and gusts of wind with speeds close to 35 kilometers per hour.
“Likewise, it is expected isolated rain and of slight intensity in districts of the central and northern coast,” he noted.
It should be noted that, according to the senamhi forecastOn Thursday, November 9, rainfall accumulations close to 20 millimeters per day are expected in the northern mountains, 12 millimeters per day in the central mountains and values close to 13 millimeters per day in the southern mountains.
The departments with possible impact, according to meteorological notice No. 247, of orange danger levelare the following:
Senamhi recommended that Peruvian citizens stay up to date with the development of the situation and comply with the advice and instructions given by the corresponding authorities such as the National Institute of Civil Defense (Indeci).
Experts explained that, although it is true that Lima is among the regions that will suffer this rainfall, it is mainly the areas of Chaclacayo, Santa Eulalia and Chosica. The rains that would be recorded would be of slight intensity and it is not ruled out that some districts in the eastern area of Lima, such as San Juan de Lurigancho, La Molina yacht.
The second Senamhi meteorological warning, No. 248, predicted that, from Thursday, November 9 to Friday, November 10, moderate intensity rains are expected in the jungle. “These precipitations will be accompanied by electrical discharges and gusts of wind with speeds exceeding 45 km / h,” he explained.
The report revealed that for November 9, accumulated rainfall close to 50 millimeters per day is expected in the northern junglearound 40 millimeters per day in the central jungle and values above 40 mm/day in the southern jungle.
The regions that appear to be possibly affected are: Ayacucho, CuscoHuánuco, Junín, Loreto, Mother of God, Pasco, Puno, San Martín and Ucayali. The danger level for this advisory was also orange.
In our country, the climatic phenomena of frost and cold cause damage not only to materials but also to people's health, since it increases the risk of acute respiratory infections and causes damage to livestock and agriculture in the high Andean areas.
Unlike the frostwhich is the state of the air with temperatures below zero and which occurs most frequently in the mountains at more than 3,000 meters above sea level, although also in lower altitude areas, the coldness It is an atmospheric phenomenon produced by icy winds of up to 40 kilometers per hour coming from the Antarctica.
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