Lima will have warmer temperatures this week, which may reach 21°C, due to the presence of a huge mass of hot air, according to Peru’s Meteorologic Service (SENAMHI).
The specialist Sara Olivares explained that this mass of hot air is moving along the coast towards the south, wiping the usual clouds and the mist that is usual this time of the year, generating sunny conditions between 11am and 4pm, especially in the districts located to the East.
Despite this, SENAMHI especialists recommend to always carry a sweater or a jacket, especially at nights, since cold, chilly winds will continue and temperatures might drop to 15 °C.
“We’re having sunny days until Wednesday,” Olivares commented, who also ruled out the possibility of having any rains for this week.
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