Well, we don’t know what’s up with this crazy weather, but when in doubt, blame climate change.
You can never go wrong with that.
Yes, we’re going through an unusually warm May and this week in particular makes it feel weird, especially when you wake up at 6 AM, it’s pitch dark outside, and yet you can go to work wearing nothing but a shirt or t-shirt.
And while today it’s very warm (it’s 3 PM and it’s 23°C outside), get ready because according to your friendly neighborhood weather man (the National Weather Service), things are going to get worse tomorrow with temperatures ranging between 18°C and 28°C.
The average temperature for Buenos Aires in May is 9.4°C, so you do the math. Whenever you hear that the autumn and winter months are getting warmer, it’s because they are. I don’t care what Game of Thrones says, winter is definitely not coming.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Buenos Aires in May was 31.6°C back in 1958. And in the last 109 years, five of the hottest twenty autumns took place on this century: 2001, 2004, 2009, 2010 and 2012.