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From drought to floods: heavy rains in Argentina and Uruguay

After months of drought, parts of Argentina and Uruguay faced flooding due to heavy rainfall between August 16 and 18.

These downpours were unrelated to the El Niño weather phenomenon, clarified Argentine meteorologist Matías Reinoso.

However, he highlighted that El Niño will likely bring more rainfall to the region in the coming months.

In Argentina, Buenos Aires province was significantly affected.

San Fernando received rainfall measuring 117 millimeters, while La Plata, the provincial capital, recorded 89 millimeters, leading to disruptions in several neighborhoods.

Meanwhile, in Uruguay, the Santa Lucía river basin, which provides drinking water to . . .

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