The districts of Bellavista, Tingo de Ponasa and Saposoa, located in the department of San Martín, withstood the highest temperatures in Peru reaching values up to 37.8 degrees Celsius.
According to the National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology (Senamhi), these districts registered values of 37.8, 36.8 and 36.5 degrees Celsius, respectively, and on the contrary, Yanahuara in Arequipa registered the lowest value of -8.8 degrees Celsius.
“For its part, the National Institute of Civil Defense (Indeci) reported that the forest fire that began this morning (Monday) in the Fundo Ajar, the district and province of Nazca, in Ica, was completely extinguished”, said Gestión yesterday.
In addition, the aforementioned media informed that a total of 72 districts located in six regions of the forest present a very high risk of involvement by landslides or other types of mass movements, after the onset of moderate to heavy rains since Monday, estimated the National Center of Estimation, Prevention and Reduction of Disaster Risk (Cenepred).
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