São Paulo Registers Record Rainfall in 24 Hours for the Month of July

Between Wednesday and Thursday, 22.4 mm of rain was recorded, and the cumulative total was 146 mm, after 28 days without rain.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The slow displacement of a cold front over the state of São Paulo caused moderate to heavy rainfall for several hours, particularly in the central-eastern and northeastern parts of the state, the area in which the state capital is located.

The converging hot and humid northwestern winds and cold southern air intensified the instability over the capital.

According to information from the National Institute of Meteorology (INMET) at the weather station . . .

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