Ica reached 5.2 °C, the lowest night temperature not recorded since 1993

Ica reached 5.2 °C, the lowest night temperature not recorded since 1993

The National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology of Peru (Senamhi) reported that the Ica region reached a night temperature of 5.2 ° C, the lowest so far this year, so far in the autumn season. This is a similar value not recorded since 1993.

The entity attached to Ministry of the Environment (Minam), Through his Twitter account, he explained that the station located in Tacama recorded the aforementioned minimum temperature.

Ica presented the lowest night temperature (minimum) so far this year. Station located in Tacama reached 5.2 °C being a historical record for the month of May (1993 – 2022)”, explained the Senamhi in the publication.

He added that low temperatures occurred in coastal cities. “Stations reached minimum temperatures of 5 °C (Ocucaje), 5.2 °C (Tacama), 6.4 °C (San Camilo), 7 °C (Palpa), 7.4 °C (Río Grande), according to the temperature drop notice on the north and center coast,” he added.

Drop in temperature on the north and center coast

Through a recent the Senamhi He reported that, from Saturday May 28 to Sunday May 29, the drop in night temperature will be recorded on the north and center coast.

In addition, he predicted that the drop in temperature, cloud cover and fog/haze at night and early in the morning and increased wind in the northern part of the coast.

The last friday the cities of the coast presented a decrease in night temperature in accordance with the current advisory. Stations recorded 15.8 °C (Piura), 15.8 °C (Chiclayo), 15 °C (El Callao), and 12.7 °C (Pisco). Remember winter starts June 21.

For today Saturday May 28 minimum temperatures between 15° C and 17° C are expected for Piurabetween 13° C and 16° C for Lambayequebetween 13° C and 15° C for Freedombetween 12° C and 15° C for Ancash Y Lime; and between 7° C and 11° C for Ica.

What causes low temperatures in autumn?

According to the Senamhi, low temperatures to date, and during the fall season, are due to two “main ingredients” that modulate the climate in the coastal zone. One of this is the surface temperature of the sea, which is below its usual values, for which ENFEN has reactivated the alert system The coastal girl.

And in second place, the most intense cold in the capital is related to the winds that have been intense in recent weeks.

The Multisectoral Commission for the National Study of the El Niño Phenomenon (Enfen) reported that the coastal La Niña alert was reactivated due to the fact that the surface temperature of the sea in the Niño 1+2 region presents values ​​below normal and is expected to continue through August 2022. The most likely magnitude of this event would be weak cold.

Near the beginning of winter

The indicated that the cold days will continue in Metropolitan Lima and the temperature will drop further this winter 2022. He mentioned that, during the season to start on June 21, it will be much colder compared to previous years.

According to environmental engineer Yury Escajadillo, deputy director of Climate Prediction of the Senamhi, in the coldest months for the capital, which are June, July and August, “The average would be 14°C or less with peaks of 11°C (like the one reported in La Molina on May 11)”.

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