The Argentine city of Buenos Aires registered its historical high-temperature record for March yesterday, with 37.9 degrees Celsius.
The city is in the middle of a heat wave that led the National Meteorological Service (SMN) to establish a red alert for the region due to the health risk caused by the climatic phenomenon.
The country's capital equaled the record from Mar. 7, 1952, although the thermal sensation, due to humidity, rose to 43 degrees Celsius during the afternoon.
"With these 37.9 degrees Celsius, the city equals its historical record for the highest temperature recorded during March . . .
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