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Taken by me this week.

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II. MASP looking to Paulista and Bela Vista

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IV. Panoramic pics taken from the 14th floor

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Frosts are not common is São Paulo because of the heat island, but it can occour in the cities of the metropolitan area. This year the record low temperature in São Paulos was 2C in the south zone.
In the day the pictures were taken the temperature was around 15C.
PS: This is about São Paulo. Maybe you don't know, but it snows every year in cities of southern Brazil :eek:kay:
 

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Frosts are not common is São Paulo because of the heat island, but it can occour in the cities of the metropolitan area. This year the record low temperature in São Paulos was 2C in the south zone.
In the day the pictures were taken the temperature was around 15C.
PS: This is about São Paulo. Maybe you don't know, but it snows every year in cities of southern Brazil :eek:kay:
In the past, like some 4 decades ago, snow wasn't something too rare in SP, remember my grandfather telling me that snowed hard in SP when he was a kid. Impossible to imagine that never snowed in SP...the city has been too cold lately and humid too. Who knows snow doesn't comeback after so many years.
 

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Jeez this has been an INCREDIBLY cold winter here in Brazil, goddammit!
just for you guys! :eek:hno:

Here in Belo Horizonte it has been one of the hottest winter ever with temperatures around 30°C.It looks there are some warm winds coming from pacific ocean which are blocking the cold air mass that stopped over São Paulo.Very atypical!
 
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