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As a Chicago (read: Arctic tundra) native, complaining about the heat seems like sacrilege.

As my friends and family are battling -20°C wind chills this winter, they have no patience for hearing about how I’m melting in the sweltering Buenos …

Be careful out there.

The heat is becoming more and more unbearable in the city of Buenos Aires, Rosario and its surroundings. High temperatures are so extreme these days that the National Weather Service elevated the alert level from yellow …

It’s July now, the time of the season when we tell ourselves that we don’t need to invest in a space heater because spring is on the horizon even though we can hear August laughing at us in the distance.…

Yesterday was the coldest day of the year. I’d much prefer hearing about records when they concern Olympians but winter, you’ve really outdone yourself. On Sunday morning it was 1.6ºC in the City of Buenos Aires but factoring in …

The long weekend is upon us and we will (probably) be able to celebrate our feriado in the sun. At the very least, we deserve a high five after enduring last week’s never-ending rain spell, so here you go:

There’s …

There’s a lot to look forward to in the next five days — a lot of rain, that is — and I will be living under an umbrella while the sun is on hiatus until next Wednesday.

Today we will …

The extra-long weekend, courtesy of Martín Miguel de Güemes, is upon us and we have good news: the weather will be decent enough for you to enjoy your mini holiday. That is, if you’re sticking around the City of …

You may not need a weather report to let you know that it’s bloody cold out but I’m here to validate your desires to stay wrapped under layers of blankets. Next time you need an excuse to stay in bed, …

Beach revelers, rejoice: strong winds have caused the Río de la Plata to recede in the areas surrounding the City of Buenos Aires since yesterday, exposing a stretch of 200 meters of temporarily available beach. You can now enjoy …

Feel like you haven’t gone out a single weekend in April? That’s probably because you haven’t. The. Rain. Has. Not. Stopped.

April 2016 will find its place in the history books as the City of Buenos Aires’ rainiest month since