“It was the best thing that could have happened to us”: Weather conditions will help fight the fire expresso-bio-bio-group-program

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There are many reasons why the Valparaiso area is experiencing the tragedy caused by wildfires. Some of them were the weather conditions that were recorded in the area.

To learn more details about this condition, we spoke to Expresso Bio Bio Meteorologist Gonzalo Espinosa who commented that “a violent change had begun on Sunday.”

In this sense, he explained that “that Saturday we had (winds) of up to 100 kilometers per hour, which, but respectably, contributed to the rapid spread of this fire, which, unfortunately, also affected all those in its path. Destroyed everything.”

“That situation changed after Sunday morning, which could have been the best thing for us. “I’ve never had a coastal valley feel more welcoming in my life,” he said.

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Similarly, he reported that “the coastal trough should continue through, at least, Wednesday, which will bring these morning covers, humid air, a little cool, which will contribute to reducing the boiler fire that we have in this area.” These are the most favorable moments to continue the attack.”

Along the same lines, the meteorologist assured that “the temperature should not be that high, my guess is below 30°, we are going to be around 28°, 29°.”

On the other hand, Espinosa commented that in the O’Higgins area, where they are also fighting large wildfires, “we will have clear skies and temperatures between 33° and 34°.”

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There are many reasons why the Valparaiso area is experiencing the tragedy caused by wildfires. Some of them were the weather conditions that were recorded in the area.

To learn more details about this condition, we spoke to Expresso Bio Bio Meteorologist Gonzalo Espinosa who commented that “a violent change had begun on Sunday.”

In this sense, he explained that “that Saturday we had (winds) of up to 100 kilometers per hour, which, but respectably, contributed to the rapid spread of this fire, which, unfortunately, also affected all those in its path. Destroyed everything.”

“That situation changed after Sunday morning, which could have been the best thing for us. “I’ve never had a coastal valley feel more welcoming in my life,” he said.

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Similarly, he reported that “the coastal trough should continue through, at least, Wednesday, which will bring these morning covers, humid air, a little cool, which will contribute to reducing the boiler fire that we have in this area.” These are the most favorable moments to continue the attack.”

Along the same lines, the meteorologist assured that “the temperature should not be that high, my guess is below 30°, we are going to be around 28°, 29°.”

On the other hand, Espinosa commented that in the O’Higgins area, where they are also fighting large wildfires, “we will have clear skies and temperatures between 33° and 34°.”

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