Lima, January 13, 2022Updated on 01/13/2022 07:37 am
This morning a drizzle surprised citizens from various districts of Metropolitan Lima and Callao. This phenomenon that has already been recorded in previous years during this season is called “summer rain”.
As it is public, at the end of last year, already started the summer season, the National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology of Peru (Senamhi) explained that this type of situation could also occur in january this year Given the “the conditions of the sea water off our coasts are still a bit cold”, and as part of the change of season from spring to summer.
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The drizzle was registered in San Isidro, Carabayllo, Breña, Lince, Callao, Cercado de Lima, Ventanilla and others. Meanwhile, in jurisdictions such as San Borja, San Miguel and Santa Anita, this climatic phenomenon was not reported, but they did wake up with a cloudy sky.
Images recorded by TVPerú showed the drizzle on the Vía Expresa and other areas of the capital.
The precipitation it left puddles of water on the streets and different avenues of the city such as the Vía Expresa, which forces pedestrians to travel more carefully and drivers to drive with greater caution, to avoid forgetfulness.
The summer season It began on December 21, which is why the drizzles are a climatic phenomenon that generates surprise among the people of Lima who have already been enduring days of intense sun and ultraviolet radiation typical of summer.
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