RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Coats will not return to closets in August. Despite the rise in temperatures in this first week, weather forecasts expect the arrival of new cold fronts that will bring temperatures down again throughout the month.
The good news is that the new cold waves will be milder than the last polar air mass that caused below-zero (Celsius) temperatures, frost on crops and snow in many parts of the South region.
According to Mamedes Luiz Melo, meteorologist at INMET (National Institute of Meteorology), the new cold fronts will be interspersed and should hit the country between . . .