Weather: Warm Monday with an alert for thunderstorms

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.

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Weather: Comodoro will live a mild Sunday, with some clouds and gusts – ADNSur

COMODORO RIVADAvIA (ADNSUR) – The weather Sunday in Comodoro Rivadavia It will be characterized by the presence of clouds, with an expected maximum temperature of the order of 22 degrees.

That temperature was announced for the afternoon, while throughout the rest of the day it will be a few degrees lower, always characterized by the presence of clouds and winds.

In addition, they announced bursts for the whole day, which in some cases could reach 70 km / h.

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Meteorology forecasts very hot Sunday with possible rains

For the day this Sunday, the weather will be extremely hot, with partially cloudy skies and variable winds.

In addition, the possibility of rainfall of varying intensity in the morning and afternoon is expected in the South, Center and East of the Eastern Region, accompanied by electrical storms.

For the rest of the country they would be limited to showers with occasional thunderstorms that would occur in the afternoon, according to the weather report.

In Asunción the maximum is expected to reach 38ºC, as in the north of the country.

It is expected that in the South the temperature oscillates 32ºC and in the East 36ºC. For the Paraguayan Chaco, 39ºC is expected.

According to the extended forecast, this Monday a system of storms would affect the southern departments of the country, and then move to the Center and East of the Eastern Region and the Lower Chaco.

Intense rains and other severe weather phenomena could be registered in a timely manner over the areas that would be affected.

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Alberto and Cristina’s relationship contributes to the climate of political uncertainty

Lhe political relationship between the President and the Vice President is not good. The tumultuous day of farewell to Diego Maradona confirmed it. Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner only exchanged a few words and then each one headed for a different place in the Casa Rosada. He went up to the presidential office and she took refuge in the offices of the Ministry of the Interior. The bridge between the two was laid by Wado de Pedro, going from one side to the other in the convulsed seat of government.

The head of the political portfolio witnessed the tense telephone dialogue between the Minister of Security, Sabina Frederic, and the Buenos Aires deputy chief Diego Santilli – in charge of the City Police – which President Fernández also heard. But the decision to publicly hold Horacio Rodríguez Larreta’s management responsible – through a tweet – had Cristina’s political stamp, as did the judicial complaint from the Human Rights Secretariat, led by Kirchner Pietragalla.

The failure of the joint operation transcended national borders, as it was the funeral of a global icon like Maradona. Regardless of the explanations that Frederic and Santilli gave, the truth is that an aroused crowd was about to pounce on Diego’s coffin and put the integrity of his family at risk. Faced with so much lack of control and inexperience, only the Military House –which ensures security at La Rosada- seemed to be up to the task.

As this chronicler was able to verify in the Government House, in the middle of a cloud of pepper spray that entered through Balcarce 50, there was an element that the authorities did not take into account: the composition of the soccer public, which includes the “barrabravas” as part of the usual club scene. The Maradona family itself enabled the entry of Rafael Di Zeo, a historic Boca bar. And another Xeneize faction took over the Patio de las Palmeras at the time of greatest tension.

WHAT IS NOT CLEARED UPON ENTRY …

The President and his collaborators made, in turn, an error that was decisive: they did not clarify to Claudia Villafañe that the transfer of the Casa Rosada implied that the funeral had to be held for at least two days, given the call of the star. The closed refusal of Maradona’s ex-wife to give continuity to the ceremony could not be subdued by Cristina either, not even on the grounds of her personal experience in the case of Néstor Kirchner.

The Vice President had to leave through the Bicentennial Museum, practically the back door that overlooks Paseo Colón avenue. For that Thursday a session of the Senate was summoned which – due to circumstances – was postponed to Friday. In the midst of the national duel decreed by Fernández, the upper house approved a reform to the law of the Public Prosecutor’s Office that will allow the ruling party to appoint the new attorney without the votes of the opposition.

But that is already due for fact. The novelty of the project consists of the broad powers granted to a Bicameral Commission of Congress to cover the “vacancy” of the attorney, which in fact will allow the ruling party to displace the interim attorney Eduardo Casal -in charge of the MPF since 2017 after the resignation of Alejandra Gils Carbó- and also review the actions of the prosecutors in the middle of a process. Thus, it consecrates the interference of the political power over the judicial one.

The question that everyone asks

The advance of the ruling party in the Senate opens a new chapter in the relationship between Cristina and Alberto Fernández. What would happen if, instead of appointing Judge Daniel Rafecas, Kirchnerism proposes another candidate for the Attorney General? Now the name of Oscar Parrilli, Vice’s right hand man, has once again circulated as one of those interested in occupying that position. This political-judicial scaffolding has a clear precedent: Carlos Zannini, the head of the state attorneys.

The opposition nucleated in Together for Change looks powerless in the Senate. Beyond some intersection with Cristina that allows media coverage, the truth is that at the moment of truth loses all the important votes. The Vice President consolidated an unusual power with the help of allies such as Alberto Weretilneck, from Rio Negro, former governor and author of the MPF reform project, which would allow her to condition, if necessary, the policies of President Fernández.

To show there is a button: tomorrow the Senate will discuss, in the last session of the regular period of this year, a Debt Law sent by the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán, to show to the International Monetary Fund that the Government has the support of Congress in the ongoing negotiation. Kirchnerism added to the initiative an article that indicates that the State will not be able to use the debt – even with the IMF – for current expenses.

THE FIGHT WITH LARRETA

The week that begins will, however, have the focus on the Chamber of Deputies. Tomorrow there will be a special session in which the withdrawal of co-participation funds from the city of Buenos Aires will be sanctioned and the financing of security for the federal district will be limited to 24,500 million pesos annually. The political tandem that President Fernández and Mayor Larreta had assembled at the beginning of the pandemic is already part of the memory.

That understanding, which differentiated Fernández from Cristina and also Larreta from Mauricio Macri, succumbed when the President did not have the necessary political back to endure a policy of moderation and coexistence with an opposition leader. While the mayor of Buenos Aires is finding it increasingly difficult to maintain his style reluctant to confrontation, without being questioned by sectors of JxC. The sizzle from the paper at Maradona’s farewell further clouded the relationship.

MORE “GREEN” THAN “CELESTIAL”

In the Chamber of Deputies, the political debate of the week will go through the bill to legalize abortion. Starting Tuesday, a plenary of four commissions will discuss the initiative in a mix of remote and face-to-face formats. A total of 50 exhibitors will take turns to give their point of view – solomonically divided between “green” and “light blue” – and it is expected that a majority opinion will be issued on Friday, which will take the initiative to the venue by December 10.

According to forecasts, abortion supporters outnumber those who oppose the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy (IVE) project, although there are still about 25 who did not anticipate the meaning of their vote and there are some peculiar cases such as that of Corrientes Sofía Brambilla (PRO), who in 2018 voted in favor and now will do so against. In parallel, the “Thousand Days” project, conceived by the Government as a gesture to the Catholic and Evangelical churches, will be debated.

Both initiatives will be included by President Fernández in the decree calling for extraordinary sessions of Congress, which will cover at least the entire month of December. In the Casa Rosada they affirm that the list of issues is handled exclusively by the Head of State and the Legal and Technical Secretary, Vilma Ibarra. And that the call to extraordinary – an exclusive power of the Executive Power – will be framed in a gesture of authority within the ruling coalition.

THE SETTING NOT RECOGNIZED

Although the Government also needs to ensure the approval of projects such as the one that changes the formula for calculating pensions, which has already been sent to the Senate and which will mean a reduction in public spending in 2021, in line with the negotiations underway with the IMF to reduce the fiscal deficit. To such an extent, that yesterday it clarified through an ANSES statement that the 5 percent increase announced for December will be taken into account of the increase of next March.

The state coffers are exhausted. The coronavirus pandemic, which is subsiding although the threat of a second wave is still latent, has exhausted them. The increase in the tax burden appears, in this context, as foreseeable as it is harmful to the essential economic recovery. In the midst of these contradictions, the Government navigates, while the President and the Vice President issue – contrary to declarations of “unity” – signals that pay for the uncertainty.

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Weather in Tijuana today Sunday, November 29, 2020

For today Sunday, November 29 at Tijuana Baja California a weather of clear skies in a temperature 9 ° C at 2:00 a.m. Later at 5:00 a.m., clear skies and a temperature of 8 ° C and a thermal sensation of 7 ° C are reported. By 11:00 hours there will be clear skies reaching a temperature of 21 ° C. For today, Sunday, the sunset will be at 4:41 p.m.

Tijuana weather today Sunday, November 29

For the afternoon in the border city, clear skies are forecast with a temperature of 21 ° C for 2:00 p.m., sunny skies are also expected for 5:00 p.m. with a temperature of 16 ° C. It was announced that the hottest hours of the day will be: 11:00, 14:00, 17:00 with an average temperature of 21 ° C during the indicated hours but will remain with low temperatures.

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Clear skies are expected for Tijuana, Baja California

Weather Tijuana at night

The Truth News points out that for tonight in Tijuana, Baja California will have cloudy intervals and a temperature of 14 ° C at 8:00 p.m. with a thermal sensation of 13 ° C. The day will close with 14 ° C for 23:00. It is worth mentioning that the last ray of the sun will be seen until 17:08. Winds from the west are expected throughout the day, with an average speed of 26 km / h.

Weather from November 29 to December 04

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Cloudy intervals are expected for the last hours in Tijuana

  • Tijuana Monday, November 30: Clear skies, maximum temperature of 24 ° C and minimum 14 ° C.
  • Tijuana Tuesday, December 1: Clear skies, maximum temperature 32 ° C and minimum temperature of 18 ° C
  • Tijuana Wednesday, December 2: Cloudy intervals, maximum temperature 24 ° C and minimum of 14 ° C.
  • Tijuana Thursday, December 3: Clear skies, maximum temperature 32 ° C and minimum of 19 ° C
  • Tijuana Friday, December 4: Clear skies, maximum temperature 32 ° C and minimum of 18 ° C
  • Tijuana Saturday, December 5: Clear skies, maximum temperature of 25 ° C and minimum of 16 ° C
  • Tijuana Sunday, December 6: Cloudy intervals, maximum temperature of 24 ° C and minimum 15 ° C

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Improved weather after Iota and Eta facilitate cleanup in northern Honduras

Tegucigalpa, Nov 28 (EFE) .- The meteorological conditions in the northwestern area of ​​Honduras have improved in the last hours, which is allowing to accelerate the cleaning work in entire communities and the rehabilitation of primary and secondary roads affected by tropical storms Iota and Eta.

“We are removing the mud that was left in the whole house about six inches high, everything was ruined,” Juan Ramón Irías, who lives in the Céleo González residential sector in eastern San Pedro Sula, told Efe in a telephone communication. most important city and located in the north of Honduras.

Irías, who among other activities is a cultural promoter, recalled that, in the midst of the floods that Iota and Eta left in the area where their home is located, the amount of water that fell was higher than that discharged by the devastating Hurricane Mitch.

He added that the three floods that the north and west of Honduras suffered in two weeks, mainly the extensive and fertile valley of Sula, caused much damage.

In the Céleo González sector, where there are around twenty neighborhoods, there were families who, due to the high level that the water reached, climbed onto the roofs of their houses, where some waited several days to be rescued by rescuers.

“The water ruined everything for us, the living room furniture, the beds, the kitchen, the refrigerator, partitions, my modest library and literature that are part of the historical memory, everything was lost,” said Irías, moved by the damage they have suffered. your home and your family.

Irías, married with four children, recalled that in 1995 he attended, as a prosecutor for the Federation of Trade Unions of Workers of Northern Honduras (Fesitranh), the inauguration of Céleo González and that he bought his house for a short time.

Until before the passage of storms Iota and Eta, the only natural disaster that had flooded the area in a similar way was Hurricane Mitch in 1998.

In the Sula Valley region, which is very vulnerable to hurricanes, storms and tropical depressions, many Hondurans, when they know that their home may be flooded, seek to protect their belongings by hanging them from the ceiling.

Irías, after the Eta pass, which flooded the Sula valley and other regions of the country, and before the arrival of Iota, decided to safeguard his belongings, mainly furniture, among other objects, in places at a height of a little more than one meter.

“We did not imagine that the flooding of the Iota would be more severe, the water made everything that we had high fell and they were on the ground full of mud,” he said.

The water level reached around two meters high in the house of Irías, who with his relatives, tools in hand, were busy cleaning their home today.

The structure of the house is preserved, but Irías said that in time they will notice if there is damage to the foundation.

He added that personnel from the Municipality of San Pedro Sula have come to the sector with machinery to clean the neighborhoods that were most damaged by the two natural phenomena, to which was added a third flood due to rainfall in the west of the country, where two rivers are born. mighty that cross through various departments and flow into the Caribbean.

“We are seeing if we rescue the refrigerator, which was thrown on the floor. We will clean it with pressurized water jets and then we will dry it to see if it works,” Irías said.

Thousands of Hondurans continue to clean their homes, offices, factories, shops and other types of infrastructure damaged by the floods left by Iota and Eta.

It is also working on the rehabilitation of totally or partially damaged bridges and roads. EFE

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The meteorological alert ceased and the weather will continue in La Plata

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 ”.

“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.


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how will the weather be during the weekend

Some are expected to be locally strong, with abundant falling water in short periods, strong electrical activity, falling hail of various sizes and gusts.

Precipitation between 30 and 70 mm is estimated for this day, and can be overcome in a localized way, especially in the north of Santa Fe, center and south of Corrientes, and north of Entre Ríos.

The forecast in Gualeguaychú

For our city, the SMN forecasts high probabilities of strong storms for this afternoon, and isolated storms at night. The temperature will oscillate between 22ºC and 30ºC.

While for Sunday partially cloudy skies are expected throughout the day until night, at which time there is up to a 40% chance of isolated storms. The heat will continue, since the expected minimum is 22ºC and the maximum is 31.

On the other hand, the beginning of next week would be without rain at least until Wednesday.

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how will the weather be during the weekend

Some are expected to be locally strong, with abundant falling water in short periods, strong electrical activity, falling hail of various sizes and gusts.

Precipitation between 30 and 70 mm is estimated for this day, and can be overcome in a localized way, especially in the north of Santa Fe, center and south of Corrientes, and north of Entre Ríos.

The forecast in Gualeguaychú

For our city, the SMN forecasts high probabilities of strong storms for this afternoon, and isolated storms at night. The temperature will oscillate between 22ºC and 30ºC.

While for Sunday partially cloudy skies are expected throughout the day until night, at which time there is up to a 40% chance of isolated storms. The heat will continue, since the expected minimum is 22ºC and the maximum is 31.

On the other hand, the beginning of next week would be without rain at least until Wednesday.

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Leader in defense of the climate: New role of the US will give wings to multilateralism

By Amaya QuincocesMadrid, Nov 28 (EFE) .- Chilean Gonzalo Muñoz, “Champion” of the High Level of climate action at COP25, a world event held in Madrid a year ago after not being able to do it in Chile, says in an interview with Efe that trusts that “the new role” in the defense of the US climate, after the change of government, will give way to a phase of multilateralism “to advance and not weaken.”

“In no case, the coronavirus has slowed down climate action”, quite the opposite, adds this defender of sustainability, an entrepreneur at the head of the position of “Champion” or High-Level climate champion promoted by the UN, with temporary mandates , to mobilize companies, institutions, universities, cities … etc, through a Climate Ambition Alliance.

According to their figures, more than 500 cities, more than 1,100 companies and at least eight of the ten largest in the world, and more than 5 trillion dollars in financial assets are already committed to emission neutrality by 2050 in line with the Agreement on Paris, the great global pact for the climate of whose signature will be celebrated this December 12 the fifth anniversary.

QUESTION: This year was key to submitting more ambitious emission reduction commitments under the Paris Agreement. How is the coronavirus affecting climate action?

ANSWER: The fight against global warming continues to advance. It has been reflected at the national level, not only by the number of those that have updated their national contributions, but also because there are countries that have announced commitments to neutrality. We look forward to celebrating the Paris Agreement with lots of added commitments that will lead us to the Glasgow Summit (UK) in November 2021 with more progress.

Q: Through the Alliance for Climate Ambition launched in 2019 by the UN with the impulse of Chile as the organizing country of COP25, could you give us details of the climate action by non-state actors?

A: The Alliance for Climate Ambition brings together nations and non-state actors committed to climate neutrality by 2050. At COP25 the initiative was strengthened with a significant number of new members. In June, together with Briton Nigel Topping, the High Level Champion for COP26, we launched the Race to Zero campaign. Today we have in the Climate Ambition Alliance a significant number of states like California and New York, and the majority of Australians. Also from Brazil, from Europe. In addition, more than 500 cities, more than 1,100 companies from different sectors and regions. Of the ten largest companies in the world, at least eight are already part of this alliance. But at the same time, we have a significant number of SMEs in the world, and 550 universities. Additionally, more than $ 5 trillion in assets under management are committed to carbon neutrality by 2050. And all of that continues to grow. I have no doubt, vis-à-vis Glasgow, that many countries will increase their ambition, as the announcements from China, Japan confirm. It will also influence what the president-elect in the US assumes.

Q .: Are there new initiatives in defense of the climate?

A .: This year one of the milestones on the global climate agenda has been the launch of Race to Zero. In the area of ​​non-state actors, which is what we are mobilizing with this campaign, the number of members has doubled during the pandemic. The increase in commitments is being impressive. Today, 53% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) is committed to carbon neutrality.

Q: Will the health crisis teach us about the effect on health caused by mistreatment of the environment?

A: The pandemic, in addition to generating a lot of pain and suffering, has shown us the possibility of doing things differently. For example, the energy transition has accelerated, fossil fuels are increasingly in disuse, and the development of photovoltaics or wind, in addition to green hydrogen projects. The commitments of the Paris Agreement have continued to advance. This year, Chile has updated its NDC or determined contributions in line with science, and China has surprised us by declaring that it will be climate neutral at the latest in 2060, while Japan will be in 2050, and South Korea, the same .

Q: What is your opinion from the climate point of view of the change of government in the United States?

A .: In addition to further acceleration of commitments within the country, I hope that it will engage the nation with emissions neutrality before 2050. I believe that Joe Biden as president-elect, based on his speech, is going to bring about an important change at the global level of climate action to comply with the Paris Agreement.

Q .: What challenges do you consider a priority for the Glasgow Summit?

A .: One of the great challenges has to do with financing; for example, for adaptation: how mechanisms are generated that increase the resilience of all parts of the world that suffer the impacts of the climate crisis. At the same time, put an adequate price on carbon in everything that refers to a ton emitted and a ton captured and sequestered. We must move towards an accessible market worldwide, so that the trade begins to incorporate this metric with a lot of speed to align the incentives throughout the value chain. Another pending goal is nature-based solutions; Next year we will have a biodiversity COP, and I hope that during 2021 the world will learn to value ecosystem services and all that nature means. Glasgow’s expectations will depend on the next few months, because a lot will still happen before that appointment.

Q .: What message would you send to the world on climate issues?

A .: It is important to enter a new phase of assessing and validating multilateralism taking into account the lessons learned. The United States must play an important role to help, strengthen, resolve, improve and perfect, rather than attack and weaken. We must move forward to improve from learning as hard as those of recent times. EFE

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