Asunción’s Start: Will There Be a Storm According to La Nación?

After past editions suspended due to extreme weather, this Tuesday the first edition of the Asunción megafestival begins in the Olympic Park, which tomorrow will complete two days with a large agenda of international artists that includes Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala, Lil Nas X, The 1975, Billie Eilish and Rosalia. Is the curse of the storms back?

The Meteorology Department forecasts a Hot Tuesday, with partly cloudy to cloudy skies and northeasterly winds. The estimated maximum temperature is 34 degrees. At the moment the probability of rain is lowOnly since Thursday has the possibility of showers increased and these conditions would last until the weekend.

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On Wednesday he would appear with similar conditions in a large part of the country. Although it dawns with clear skies, during the day the clouds would grow and could generate showers, scattered and of short durationmainly in the north and northeast of both regions and in the extreme south of the Oriental region. Once again, the atmosphere would be warm in the morning and hot in the afternoon.. The maximum temperature would be around 30 to 36 degrees throughout the country during this day.

A similar condition is expected for the whole week, with the difference that from Thursday the showers would spread to more areas of the national territory and since Saturday the possibility of rain increases with occasional thunderstorms. Hot Thursday is expected, partly cloudy to cloudy skies, northeasterly winds and showers. Similar conditions are forecast for Friday and from Saturday the possibility of precipitation increases with occasional electrical storms.

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