And, yes, I DO take it personally: Rain slows down Porteńos
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Buenos Aires city residents endured flooded streets, fallen trees, public transport delays and traffic jams, as yesterday’s downpour amounted to more than the normal downpour for the entire month of August. By mid-afternoon, and after 16 hours of rain, a massive 103.5 millimetres per square metre had fallen on the city.
yeah, it rained all right... all monday night and all day yesterday... then, in the evening, the wind picked up and it rained horizontally for a while... the temps have dropped about 10C but, this morning, the sun is out - for a while... the clouds are starting to gather again...
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