Brazil’s spring will have average rainfall, albeit not enough to fill reservoirs – meteorologists

Spring will bring regular rainfall, but it will not be enough to fill Brazil's reservoirs, meteorologists say.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to INMET's (National Institute of Meteorology) meteorologist Danielle Ferreira, the season will start with rainfall concentrated in the west of the country's northern region, in the east of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, and in part of the Northeast. In other words, it will be more concentrated in the far reaches of Brazil.

In São Paulo, rainfall should be sparse until the end of the first half of October, explains Edson Nazário, meteorological technician from the São Paulo City Hall's CGE.

"From then on, they should become . . .

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