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Lowest Temperatures:
()=-273.15 °C
Antarctica (AQ)=-52.22 °C
McMurdo Station (AQ)=-27.42 °C

Highest Temperatures:
Mexicali (MX)=41.26 °C
Buckeye (US)=41.13 °C
Bullhead City (US)=41.06 °C

Highest Pressure:
Kotzebue (US)=1038 hpa
Egvekinot (RU)=1037.93 hpa
Anadyr (RU)=1035 hpa

Lowest Pressure:
()=0 hpa
Port-Aux-Francais (TF)=957.32 hpa
McMurdo Station (AQ)=969.74 hpa

Strongest Winds:
Eucla (AU)=15.33 m/s
Port-Aux-Francais (TF)=14.22 m/s
Cheyenne (US)=13.9 m/s

Most Rain:
Moscow (RU)=7.69 mm
Kansas City (US)=7.31 mm
Guatemala City (GT)=6 mm

Most Snow:
Leh (IN)=5 mm
Esquel (AR)=0.81 mm
Norman Wells (CA)=0.75 mm

Minimum Temp. Yesterday:
()=-273.15 °C
Canberra (AU)=-0.56 °C
Devonport (AU)=0 °C

Maximum Temp. Yesterday:
Kuwait City (KW)=46 °C
Al Hufuf (SA)=46 °C
Dubai (AE)=46 °C

Biggest difference yesterday:
Durban (ZA)=23.78 °C
Alice Springs (AU)=23 °C
Sofia (BG)=22.78 °C

Smallest difference yesterday:
()=0 °C
Nauru (NR)=0.49 °C
Hithadhoo (MV)=0.91 °C

Highest temp last 31 days:
Kuwait City (KW)=50 °C

Lowest temp last 31 days:
Antarctica ()=-64.59 °C

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Storm to drop heavy rain, mountain snow in central Chile this weekend
As the rainy season ramps up in central and northern Chile, a storm arriving this weekend will bring heavy rain and mountain snow to the nation.

While rounds of rain will impact areas from Coquimbo through Los Lagos, the heaviest rainfall is expected to inundate areas from Santiago to Temuco.

Anyone with outdoor plans in this area should do them on Saturday morning. Periods of rain are anticipated to start sweeping through Santiago that afternoon.

More persistent, heavy rainfall will pick up on Saturday night and last through Sunday night. This will spoil any outdoor plans throughout the day on Sunday.

By the time showers taper off on Monday evening, some places could receive as much as 10 cm (4 inches) of rain. This could lead to flooding issues, especially in low-lying and poor drainage areas.

Motorists should be careful not to try to traverse flooded roadways. Anyone traveling on secondary roads or those through higher terrain should be on the lookout for mudslides and flash flooding.

High elevation areas east of the cities can expect times of heavy snow this weekend as well.

Cool air is expected to filter up from the south in the wake of this storm. Temperatures are forecast to fall to near minus 4 degrees C (25 F) on Monday night, potentially leading to slick roads and sidewalks early Tuesday morning.

On the opposite coast, a warm and dry Saturday will precede a wetter day on Sunday, including in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Montevideo, Uruguay. While only a few showers and storms are expected, they can be enough to dampen outdoor activities and send people running for shelter.
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