Weather forecasts, based on observation and mathematical modelshelp forecast the state of the atmosphere at a given time and location from records such as temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation or wind.
Weather forecasts are activities that have been carried out for hundreds of years, even before the Christian era, basically based on the observation of cloud patterns, wind, and the time of year, although initially these They were not very accurate.
It was not until the arrival of new technologies (such as computers) that mathematical models began to be implemented that made it possible to achieve more precise predictions, becoming a fundamental factor for the transportation (land, sea or air), agriculture, tourism, disaster prevention, public health and even military operationsthis beyond deciding whether or not to carry an umbrella or what outfit to put on.
Below is the weather status for the next few hours in Mendoza:
During the day temperature will reach a maximum of 24 degrees, the probability of rain It will be 0%, with 7% cloudiness, while wind gusts will be 28 kilometers per hour.
As for UV rays, they are expected to reach a level of up to 9.
For the night, temperature will reach 11 degrees, while precipitation forecast It will be 0%, with 6% cloud cover, while wind gusts will reach 24 kilometers per hour at night.
City of Mendoza It is characterized by having warm and mostly clear summers, while winters are cold and partially cloudy. One of its peculiarities is that it is dry all year round. The climate varies from 3 °C to 31 °C, although it can reach up to 35 °C.
The best times very hot.
According to reports from the National Meteorological Service, 2021 is considered one of the warmest in the country. “If we analyze in detail how this variable behaved in the different regions of the country, we must highlight the values of Patagonia, a region where it is very possible that this year will be the hottest and driest since 1961. In general, values were recorded between 0.5 and 2 °C higher than the statistical average. On the other hand, to the north of the 35th parallel, temperatures were very close to normal,” indicates the report “Climate in Argentina: data and summary of what happened in 2021.”
The same report adds that Throughout that year there were only three months that closed with slightly lower temperatures to the normal ones in the country: January, May and June. The rest of the months were warm “and it is necessary to highlight the extremely warm anomalies that were recorded in April and September.”