Weather: More heavy rains, caused by La Niña, await Colombian agriculture | To field

An increased chance of increased cooling in the Pacific Ocean could generate a new consolidation of the La Nina phenomenonwhich means more intense rains in the country.

This was predicted by the well-known meteorologist and university professor Christian Euscateguiin an interview with To fieldfrom Caracol Radio, who explained that a report from the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, of the University of Colombia (IRI-CPC, for its acronym in English), indicates that sea surface temperatures remain for below the average, which allows forecasting the continuity of the La Niña event with a probability of 61% until July.

This means that rains in most of the countrywhich have already wreaked enormous havoc on agricultural production in several regions, they will stay strong during the rest of May, June and probably part of July.

In that month and in August there would be a truce, but in September the normal rainfall season will return, with which this 2022 will be of high humidity.

listen in To fieldfrom Caracol Radio, how the climate is expected to evolve, the areas that could be most affected and other details, in the interview with the engineer Christian Euscátegui:

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