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Extreme temperatures in Brazil

During the Brazilian summer temperatures can easily reach (and surpass) 40ºC. The highest ever recorded temperature was in the city of Bom Jesus, in Piauí, where thermometers registered a scorching 44.7ºC in November, 2005.

The lowest temperature ever recorded was 17.8°C in Urubici in the state of Santa Catarina, in June, 1996.



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