PHOTOS | The 41st day of quarantine with storm, power outages and fallen trees in the City

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On day 41 of quarantine, several districts of Argentina were affected by a strong temporary that caused the fall of trees, floods and even power outages in some areas.

The Buenos aires city It was not the exception, and the abundant rains and gusts were felt throughout the territory, especially in neighborhoods such as La Paternal, Parque Chacabuco, Villa Crespo, Villa del Parque and Villa Urquiza.

The gusts scattered the leaves of the trees through the streets of Buenos Aires (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).

The postcards of this Tuesday portray a capital of the country autumnal and semi-desert, especially in the neighborhoods farthest from the Buenos Aires center.

Meanwhile, they show that, even in the midst of the storm, most people complied with the use of the mask, a practice that the local government recommends when traveling on public roads.

Damage caused by falling trees was reported in some neighborhoods (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
Damage caused by falling trees was reported in some neighborhoods (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
A fallen tree on Miller Street, in Villa Urquiza. (Photo: TN and the People).
A fallen tree on Miller Street, in Villa Urquiza. (Photo: TN and the People).

In the morning, the National Meteorological Service (SMN) issued an alert for heavy rain and storms for Capital, Buenos Aires, the south and east of Córdoba, Entre Ríos, the east of La Pampa and Santa Fe.

In the City and in the province of Buenos Aires, the storm caused power outages that affected more than 50 thousand users.

As a result of the storm, there was little pedestrian circulation (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
As a result of the storm, there was little pedestrian circulation (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).

According to the SMN, a improvement of the weather conditions from 17.

Meanwhile, for the Wednesday is forecast good time in the city, with slightly cloudy sky. The minimum temperature will be 12 degrees and the maximum 21.

In most cases, people complied with the use of the mask (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
In most cases, people complied with the use of the mask (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: NA / DANIEL VIDES).
(Photo: NA / DANIEL VIDES).
The storm also caused power outages that affected more than 50,000 users in the City and in the province of Buenos Aires (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
The storm also caused power outages that affected more than 50,000 users in the City and in the province of Buenos Aires (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
(Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
After the end of the storm, a rainbow formed over the City of Buenos Aires (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).
After the end of the storm, a rainbow formed over the City of Buenos Aires (Photo: TN.com.ar/ Mario Peredo).

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