Tacna went through the lowest temperatures nationwide this Wednesday when the National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology of Peru (Senamhi) was able to record values of -5.6 ° C, -4.2 ° C and -4 ° C, respectively.
The temperatures recorded are considered quite low taking into account the season, however, they are still a bit far from the ones reported last winter.
On the other hand, among other regions that reported high temperatures in the national territory the San Martín region was the one that reported the highest temperatures nationwide. The district of Tingo de Ponasa registered 37.6 °C, while the district of Pilluana reached 36.2 °C.
It is worth mentioning that Lima has also reported very high temperatures lately, especially in the afternoon when the sunlight is extremely intense. Nevertheless, the district of Balsas, in Cajamarca, also reported an important value of 36.2 degrees centigrade.
Finally, Senamhi also reported that the highest cumulative rainfall was recorded in the Ayacucho region, at La Quinua station, with 15.8 millimeters.
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