More Rain On The Way For Argentina

“Rainmakers” in Argentina have been successful in turning around seasonal precipitation totals as thirty day amounts have exceeded 200% of normal in prime “bean” country and more heavy rain is on the way, according to Allen Motew of QT Weather.

From Santa Fe to Uruguay, 150-200% of normal rainfall occurred over the past 30 days. Widespread “normal” amounts were more than appreciated after six months of drought and heat decimated water supplies, forage land, cattle, and the wheat and corn crops. However drought conditions still plague La Pampa to southern Buenos Aires, QT Weather say.

Next week will see another round of heavy rainfall, which may also hit the drier regions of southern Buenos Aires too, according to their latest forecast.