A storm system will affect the departments of San Pedro, north of Cordillera, east of Caaguazú, Alto Paraná, south of Central, central-north of Ñeembucú, Canindeyú and central-south of Presidente Hayes.
For those areas, rains with moderate to strong thunderstorms, gusts of strong to very strong winds, are expected during the morning of this Monday.
Temperatures will remain warm and with a high humidity index in different parts of the country.
In Asunción a day with mostly cloudy skies and variable winds is forecast. The maximum temperature will reach 28 ℃.
A maximum of 34 ℃ is expected in the North and 26 ℃ in the South. In the East and Paraguayan Chaco, the temperature is expected to reach 31 ℃ and 38 ℃, respectively.
Rainfall and thunderstorms would continue throughout the week. However, a very hot climate and variable winds are announced for the next few days.
The meteorological alert ceased in La Plata and the storms drift away from the city. After the rains registered this Saturday, the Municipality terminated the weather watch and claimed that storms no longer pose a risk to neighbors.
In that sense, the Municipality’s climate area made an update of the situation minutes before 3 p.m., where it indicated the end of the yellow alert and noted that only some isolated precipitation may occur in the remainder of the day: “CESE NAR YELLOW The situation is gradually normalizing and although some isolated precipitation may be registered, it will not represent a risk, so the EESC is issued. Precipitations between 3 and 11 mm were recorded. The maximum gust was 69 km / h in Melchor Romero ”.
14:40 CESE NAR YELLOW The situation is gradually normalizing and although some isolated precipitation may be registered, it will not represent a risk, so the EESC is issued. Precipitations between 3 and 11 mm were recorded. The maximum gust was 69 km / h in Melchor Romero
“The storms are disarming in their advance towards LP, with a slower movement and losing intensity. The most intense happened over the west and north of the GBA, CABA and the south of the GBA near CABA”, they detailed.
It is worth noting that the Commune maintains an action plan that includes the articulated work of the different municipal areas and contemplates tasks of monitoring and permanent control of streams, as well as the cleaning of drains and storm drains, to prevent and avoid inconveniences. Together, the Hydrometeorological System devices remain active, allowing data to be obtained in real time on the behavior of streams, the amount of rainfall and the status of the storm drains.
It is recommended to be attentive to the official information channels: the Facebook and Twitter accounts of the Municipality of La Plata; the official website of the commune laplata.gov.ar; ‘MLP Civil Defense’ on Twitter and Facebook; and ‘Clima MLP’ on Twitter. In the same way, it is recalled that in emergencies residents may contact 103 Civil Protection and 911 of the Police; While to make claims or orders, they can do so at the 147 service line.
11:10> This is how the storms advance in a line towards LP (see radar image), they will arrive in approximately 30 to 40 minutes with strong gusts of wind and occasional hail fall. pic.twitter.com/LEmnsuhiGV
According to the report issued by the local Directorate of Hydrometeorology, “the Risk Attention Level is raised to ‘Yellow’ due to strong storms with gusts and occasional hail” during the day today.
In this context, the municipality initiated an action plan that includes the articulated work of the different communal areas and includes permanent monitoring and control of streams, as well as the cleaning of drains and storm drains, to prevent and avoid inconveniences.
Together, the Hydrometeorological System devices remain active, allowing data to be obtained in real time on the behavior of streams, the amount of rainfall and the status of the storm drains.
Faced with this prognosis, citizens are recommended to circulate cautiously on public roads, not to touch cables or utility poles, and to remove flowerpots or other objects that may fly off balconies and windows.
At the same time, it is advisable not to remove the waste, taking into account that it can cause the obstruction of the drains and prevent the normal runoff of water, causing flooding in streets and sidewalks.
It is also recommended to be attentive to the official information channels: the Facebook and Twitter accounts of the Municipality of La Plata; the official website of the commune laplata.gov.ar; ‘MLP Civil Defense’ on Twitter and Facebook; and ‘Clima MLP’ on Twitter.
In the same way, it is recalled that in emergencies residents may contact 103 Civil Protection and 911 of the Police; While to make claims or orders, they can do so at the 147 service line.
It should be noted that the residents of the city have at their disposal the APP ‘Climate MLP’, with which they can inform in real time about the forecast and the particularities of the weather that occur in each of the neighborhoods and, in this way , be aware of the meteorological alerts issued by the Commune in each situation; know the recommendations according to it; and know exactly how much it is raining in each neighborhood.
In addition, the ‘Clima MLP’ app is provided with useful numbers to go to emergencies, such as the Fire Department, Civil Protection, Prefecture, Neighbor Service and Ambulance (SAME).
The State Meteorological Agency, Aemet, highlighted this Thursday that the country is still under the influence of a wide Atlantic storm, which is centered in the southwest of Portugal. “If we except the areas of the north of the peninsula, rainfall is practically generalized in the Peninsula and in the Canary Islands, they can be accompanied by storms and be locally strong or persistent in areas of the south of the peninsula, Central System and in the Canary Islands and, from the afternoon , in points of Catalonia and north of the Valencian Community “, affirms the report published this Thursday.
In addition, he adds that the strong wind will continue with very strong gusts in the Canary Islands, in Castilla la Mancha “and locally in storm areas.”
Throughout Friday and Saturday the storm will move towards the east, placing itself over the western Mediterranean and favoring the entry of east winds over the Peninsula, with high humidity content. Rainfall, which will move from the interior and south of the peninsula to the Mediterranean area and the Balearic Islands, may be locally strong and be accompanied by storms and, especially in areas close to the coast, be persistent.
Throughout Saturday a new Atlantic storm will be located west of Portugal, with a new front that will leave rainfall during the afternoon in the southwest of the peninsula. In the Canary Islands, rainfall on Friday and Saturday morning will be weaker, although with persistence in the north of the islands of greater relief, and the wind will tend to subside. Throughout Saturday afternoon the new Atlantic front will also affect the islands, intensifying rainfall, adds Aemet.
It is very likely that on Sunday the Mediterranean storm will continue its displacement towards the east, with an improvement in the Mediterranean area. Simultaneously, the front associated with the new Atlantic storm will leave increasingly dispersed rainfall over the western peninsula and over the Canary Islands.
“There is uncertainty regarding the evolution of this new storm. The most likely scenario places it for several days between the Peninsula and the Canary Islands, with particularly intense showers over the islands, for which AEMET recommends monitoring the warnings and forecast bulletins that they will be broadcast over the next few days, “concludes the report.
A new subtropical cyclone next to the Islands
The United States National Hurricane Center (NHC), located in Miami, also contemplates the possibility of a new tropical cyclone forming in the north of the Canary Islands in the next 5 days. In fact, calculate these probabilities at 20%.
“A non-tropical low pressure area is expected to form in the far eastern Atlantic over the weekend. This system could gradually take on subtropical characteristics as it slowly moves south until early next week,” the NHC reports in your share of this Thursday.
The rain and storms that have already made an appearance since noon in the province of Cádiz will persist this Thursday, according to the State Meteorological Agency. Aemet, in fact, plans to keep the yellow notice in Cádiz due to the intense rainfall that is expected in the coming hours, with a forecast of about 70 liters per square meter.
Seville and Córdoba also maintain the yellow warning, while in Malaga it rises to orange due to rains until 3:00 p.m., a time slot in which up to 90 liters per square meter could be registered on the Costa del Sol. In addition, the yellow warning is activated due to strong waves on the coast of Axarquía in Malaga, in all of Granada and in the Poniente of Almeria until 8:00 am.
Civil Protection Recommendations
As a result of these warnings and the episodes of storms this Tuesday in Huelva, Cádiz and Seville, the General Directorate of Civil Protection and Emergencies of the Ministry of the Interior recommends that if you are driving, slow down, use caution and do not stop in areas where large amounts of water can flow.
If you have to travel, try to circulate preferably on main roads and highways, and that in the event of sudden storms and heavy rains, the place where the vehicles are parked must be taken into account, since the rapid rise in water level can damage the vehicles parked on flooded areas and, furthermore, drag them, causing damage to other people’s property and even obstruct the natural flow of the current.
If it starts to rain heavily, consider that there is a risk of flooding. Do not cross the flooded sections with your vehicle or on foot, because you do not know what may be under the water and locate the highest points in the area. Don’t try to save your car in the middle of a flood. Also, if you are in the countryside, you have to stay away from rivers, streams and low areas of slopes and hills, avoiding crossing flooded fords. Likewise, you should go to the highest points in the area.
Given the risk of storms, Civil Protection asks to take into account that the danger of storms for people occurs, fundamentally, in the open field. However, in urban centers there are also lightning hazard, so it is convenient to be placed near buildings to protect yourself. In homes it is advisable to avoid drafts. If you are driving, a closed vehicle can be a good shelter.
If the storm surprises you in the field, avoid running and staying in high places, such as hill tops, ridges or dividers. Do not shelter under trees and stay away from barbed wire and metal objects.
In the face of strong winds, It is advisable to secure doors, windows and all those objects that may fall onto the public road and stay away from cornices, trees, walls or buildings under construction or cranes that can come off. Also, it is advisable to refrain from climbing the scaffolding without adequate protection measures. If you are driving, exercise extreme caution, especially when exiting tunnels, overtaking and crossing heavy vehicles on two-way roads. Pay attention to the possible presence of obstacles on the road.
A dozen provinces, as well as the islands of Tenerife and Lanzarote will be this Wednesday, November 25, at low risk (yellow warning) due to rainfall, storms, waves and wind, on a day in which instability returns to the country due to the arrival of a cold Atlantic front and the formation of a storm in western Galicia, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
Rainfall will take place in Tenerife, Lanzarote, Salamanca, Ávila, Madrid, Cáceres, Córdoba, Seville, Huelva, Cádiz and Málaga, which will have a yellow warning for accumulations that can reach 15 and 25 liters per square meter in one hour. In the peninsular provinces, they could range between 40 liters per square meter and 70 liters per square meter in twelve hours.
In the case of the provinces of Andalusia, they will also be on a yellow warning due to stormy phenomena at the end of the day. This Wednesday will be marked by the strong wind that will be registered in Navarra, and by which it will be in yellow warning, with gusts of more than 70km / h that will occur early in the day and until 2:00 p.m. In addition, La Coruña will have a low risk due to coastal phenomena that could cause waves of up to five meters high due to the northeast wind.
The rest of the country will be marked by the Atlantic front and the formation of the Atlantic storm that will affect the western half of the peninsula and the Canary Islands, with increased cloudiness and rainfall. For this reason, the AEMET foresees cloudy or overcast skies in Galicia, with rainfall that will be persistent and that throughout the day will extend to the rest of the western half of the peninsula and to the north of the Canary Islands.
In fact, the heaviest rains are expected around the south of the central system and will be accompanied by a storm. It is also expected, although with greater weakness, rains in the east of Catalonia and also east of the Balearic Islands and other points of both plateaus and Andalusia.
Daytime temperatures will decrease in the western third of the peninsula, around the central and Iberian systems, the Pyrenees and eastern Andalusian mountains, and also in the Canary Islands, while the minimums will increase in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands.
Finally, the winds will be from the south in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, and from the north in the Canary Islands. This Wednesday there will also be strong intervals in the northwest of Navarra and the western Canary Islands.
The Shrine of Storms is the fourth world what will you visit. If you are following our guide, you will come here after complete the Latria Tower.
Changes in the Trend of the World
These are the events that can change the trend of this world, not counting online events:
Defeat bosses (there are 2): + 45% White.
Defeat the archdemon (world final boss): + 45% White.
Kill Vanguard: + 30% White.
Defeat the Primal Demon: + 75% White.
Kill Satsuki (when she appears as a red ghost): + 90% White.
Matar a Satsuki: +90% Negro.
Dying in body / alive form: +30% Negro.
Island Boundary Walkthrough
The sanctuary island of shadowy men, who worship the storm and mourn the dead. Ever since the storm beasts appeared, demons have drawn the souls of the dead to the island, where they revive within abandoned skeletons..
First of all have an Archstone Fragment on the inventory. You should have gotten one by following our guide, or You can buy it from Patches. Advance a little and you will find a silver skeleton. It is the basic enemy of the area, roll up to you and hit when in range. However, like all enemies in the heap, have an allergy to back stabbing.
There are Crescent Grass x5 just cross the stone arch, on your left. Be careful, another one of those skeletons comes down the stairs. Attentive, there is four other skeletons that appear when you go up the stairs. At first you will only see an archer and one with a sword coming for you, but two others will come down when you go for the archer.
Once up, be careful because there are archers on the fog wall. On the right, next to a die, you have the Talisman of god and to the left, Famous Hero Soul Y Soldier’s Lotus x3. If you have ranged attacks, kill the enemies and cross the wall. Do not move, Look to the left. Let’s go through that passage.
Ten watch out for the ground, there is a raised part that is actually a switch that activates an arrow pad. You can jump on it or protect yourself with the shield. Go out the door and watch out, because there is a black skeleton. It is somewhat stronger than the normal ones, but nothing special. Behind him, hanging from the cliff, is the Crescent Moon Bracama Weapon +1, a wonder if you are a magician. There is also Soul Scraps x6 against a tree.
Go back in through the door you came out through and go upstairs. Kill the skeleton and continue along the wall. Go all the way to go down other stairs and (watch out for the bottom trap) get the Copper key.
Climb the ladder again and look at the image below these lines. The idea is that you should sprint and roll right to the end of the planks for the market above the wall from the tower and fall into the lower courtyard. You will give a body with it Regenerator Ring.
Follow the ledge that you have on the right. You will meet a glass lizard Y Cloudstone Fragment x2 on a corpse to your right just past the lizard, as you pass under a stone archway. You will arrive at a building with Waning Moon Grass x3 on the ground floor. Go up the stairs and go down the beam to the Grave robber’s ring.
The way forward is by the tunnel on the opposite side of the fire. Beware of the trap and the black skeleton at the foot of the stairs. Do not forget to take the Crescent Grass x3 that there is halfway. Don’t cross the wall of mist. Instead, use the Archstone Fragment.
We are going to repeat the trip to the wall where we jump to get the Ring of the Regenerator, because it is an easy little trip and we will get a good handful of souls. This time when you get to the top you will go left, going down the rocks and taking down the archer skeleton.
Go down the hall with care of the skeleton that will come rolling from the bottom. There will be another one to your right as you exit the hall. Go up the stairs and you will meet another one. Go for the exit further up the stairs. You will reach a corpse with the weapon Compound longbow. If you go through the other door you will reach one Augita gua already Sparkly the Raven.
Now go back down the stairs and notice that there are stairs that seem to lead to a wall. If you hit her, a secret path will be revealed. Eye because there will be two skeletons in the tunnel.
Turn to the right at the crossroads and you will see a corpse with Crescent Moon Grass x4. Follow that path and you will come to a cell. Is about Blige, the merchant NPC of the area. After talking to him, go back straight down the hall and hit another illusory wall. Attentive to the trap at the end of the tunnel. When you come out, go straight and look at the objects to your right, against the wall and down the stairs. They are a soul and Cloudstone Fragment x2.
In addition to those objects, in a corner behind the devil, you can get the arma Uchigatana.
Since you are here, Kill Vanguard, the big demon that goes around the area. Yes, it’s the bloody spoil with more eyes than necessary that surely tanned your back during the prologue. It is time for revenge, it should not give you much trouble. When I die, drop the Gray demon soul. Take a look around the area where it was and you’ll get a Hero’s Soul Celebrated, a Kilij Y Grass of the Full Moon x3.
Now cross the background fog wall. Go up the stairs and kills three skeletons, one of them black. Next to him there is a body with him Adjudicator’s Shield. If you go around the entire structure you will come to an alley with a trap and a soul of the unknown hero, do not continue down the alley. Now back up and climb the ladder.
Dars with a handful of minor objects going up and crossing the planks to the next area. Now go back to Alley of the Soul of the Unknown Hero and it’s still there. Eye to Famous Hero Soul to your right, then take off the cliff and go right. You will have to advance down the road eliminated several golden skeletons up to a wall of mist. You’ll see that it drops you off at a familiar spot: go through the tunnel at the bottom to reach the stairs of the wall of mist that we ignored for a long time.
Cloudiness related to Iota added to a new tropical wave, it will favor the development of rains in the Caribbean and Andean region, which in turn will make possible sudden increases and landslides in La Guajira, Cesar, Magdalena (foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta), Atlántico, Bolívar and Sucre.
Given the forecast of idearecommended activating and reinforcing prevention measures aimed at reducing the risks caused by these kinds of events, both to the National Unit for Disaster Risk Management (Ungrd) and to the departmental and municipal councils of the Caribbean region.
The Ideam reported that Iota will tend to lose intensity and possibly become a tropical storm for the next 48 hours as it moves into Central America.
According to the Saffir-Simpson scale and the National Hurricane Center, the center of the cyclone was positioned with maximum sustained winds of 260 kilometers per hour, while continuing its westward movement at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour.
The institute insisted on activating and reinforcing prevention measures aimed at reducing the risks caused by these kinds of events.
“We advise you to consider these conditions and the possible risks associated with increased waves and wind, reduced visibility for navigation in the area and at sea, heavy rains and electrical storms. Small boat operators, tourists and fishermen are advised to closely follow the daily evolution of the meteorological and marine conditions ”.
Despite the fact that Iota reached category 5 in San Andrés and Providencia during the holiday Monday, in much of the Caribbean dry weather prevailed. Only light rains were reported in Barranquilla, Sincelejo, the Gulf of Morrosquillo, Montería, Riohacha, Valledupar and Zapayán in the Magdalena.
These days we have been watching the evolution of the tropical storm “Theta” that has circulated in the Atlantic waters between the Canary Islands and Madeira. The National Hurricane Center in Miami launched the alert last Tuesday and in the following days a detailed monitoring of its possible trajectory was made. Fortunately, this time it has not reached the Canarian archipelago. The effects of the cyclone tide have only been noted in the westernmost islands. But nothing to do with the catastrophic consequences of the tropical storm “Delta” in 2005, with serious economic damage and the direct loss of 7 human lives, plus twelve missing to date. The year 2005 inaugurated a series of “regular visits” of tropical structures in the vicinity of the Canary archipelago. Since then five tropical storms have approached the Canary Islands.
This means that the area of genesis of this type of phenomena in the North Atlantic has shifted somewhat further east, which favors that once formed they are absorbed by the circulation of mid-latitudes and move towards the east, towards the north. from Africa or Europe, rather than to the Caribbean or North America. The warming of the Atlantic waters in the last two decades could be behind this process. On the other hand, the “hurricane” season in the North Atlantic has set a record this year. There are already 30 tropical storms formed and named by the Miami Hurricane Center, which means that the official list of 21 alternate names for women and men, which annually allows “baptizing” these tropical meteorological structures has been widely exceeded and it has been necessary go to the first letters of the classical Greek alphabet to announce the formation of these tropical storms. Something is happening in the Earth’s atmosphere, no doubt.