The Agroclimatic Outlook report prepared by the Buenos Aires Cereal Exchange indicated that there will be moderate to abundant rainfall over the extreme northeast of the agricultural area and scarce values in the sea for part of its extension, accompanied by cold weather but ending with a thermal rise.
At the beginning the passage of the storm front, which made its entry in the preceding days, will be completed, producing moderate to abundant rains on the extreme northeast of the agricultural area, and scarce or null records on the rest, at the same time that the snow-capped mountain ranges will continue, covering wide extensions, but with little volume. Along with the front, the polar winds will continue to advance, accentuating the thermal decline, with local frosts and general frost foci throughout the west, south and center of the agricultural area.
Towards the end of the perspective, the tropical winds will return, advancing on the north and the center-north of the agricultural area, but without being able to spread over the center-south and the south, which will remain under the dominance of the polar winds.
At the beginning of the second stage of the outlook, from July 22 to 28, the tropical winds will continue to advance, covering the entire agricultural area, and causing several days with temperatures above normal.
In parallel, there will be abundant rainfall over the north of the agricultural area, while most of its extension will receive scarce or null records, and mountain storms, accompanied by snowfalls that will cover wide extensions but with little volume.
Towards the end of the second stage of the perspective, the polar winds will return, beginning a cold period