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Massive energy fall in the federal capital and the Conurbano: up to 145,000 affected



The data can be seen in the report that updates the National Electricity Regulator (ENRE) on its website every five minutes. In the last hours San Miguel, San Fernando, Moreno, Hurlingham, José C. Paz, Escobar, Três de Febrero and Tigre were the most complicated places in this regard.

In the case of Edesur, the ENRE reported a significant number of disruptions in Capital Federal such as Recoleta, San Telmo, Flores and Almagro, while celebrations of Buenos Aires like Admiral Brown, Avellanedas, Berazategui, Esteban Echeverría, Quilmes and San Vicente were also without power.

During Tuesday, Edenor counted a total of 263,303 affected users, while 213,703 It was Edesur's number.

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The forecast temperatures range from a minimum of 24 to a maximum of 33 degrees, with moderate winds from the northern sector.

In the afternoon there is a low probability of rainfall or isolated storms, although the expected heat relief slowly begins to arrive slowly.

For Thursday, the SMN predicted partly cloudy or overcast sky, moderate south sector winds, turning to the southeast and east in the afternoon, with a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 28.

Instability will return on Friday as variable cloudiness, unstable weather, and moderate eastern sector winds are expected, turning the northern sector to the southern sector with a low of 23 and a maximum of 30 degrees.


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