on June 29. The coldest night since 2003 recorded in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, according to the national Institute of meteorology Brazil (Inmet).
According to the Institute, the temperature dropped to the level of 6.1 degrees Celsius. The last day was in a tropical metropolis the coldest since August 2003, when the temperature dropped to 5.9 degrees.
In the mountainous areas of the eponymous Brazilian state of são Paulo marked freezing, and in the South of the country over the weekend even snowed notes Inmet.
Meteorologists have attributed the low temperature with the arrival of cold polar air from Antarctica, which is common in the South of Brazil in the winter in the southern hemisphere (June to September).