Pronóstico


    Rosario, Santa Fe

16
°C
Soleado
  • Sensación térmica 16°
  • Viento S 13 km/h
  • Presión atmosférica 1007.00 mbar
  • Visibilidad 10 km
  • Humedad 88%
  • Punto de rocío 14°

Previsión por horas - mar 20

  • 09a

    Soleado

    22°

    10%
  • 10a

    Muy soleado

    24°

    10%
  • 11a

    Muy soleado

    26°

    10%
  • 12p

    Parcialmente soleado

    28°

    10%
  • 01p

    Parcialmente soleado

    29°

    10%
  • 02p

    Parcialmente soleado

    29°

    10%
  • 03p

    Muy nublado

    30°

    10%
  • 04p

    Muy nublado

    29°

    10%
  • 05p

    Parcialmente soleado

    29°

    10%
  • 06p

    Parcialmente soleado

    28°

    10%
  • 07p

    Parcialmente soleado

    27°

    10%
  • 08p

    Parcialmente nublado

    26°

    10%
  • 09p

    Parcialmente nublado

    24°

    10%
  • 10p

    Parcialmente nublado

    23°

    10%
  • 11p

    Prácticamente despejado

    22°

    10%
  • 12a

    Despejado

    21°

    10%
  • 01a

    Despejado

    20°

    10%
  • 02a

    Despejado

    19°

    10%
  • 03a

    Despejado

    18°

    10%
  • 04a

    Despejado

    18°

    10%
  • 05a

    Despejado

    18°

    10%
  • 06a

    Despejado

    17°

    10%
  • 07a

    Soleado

    19°

    10%
  • 08a

    Soleado

    20°

    10%

Previsión diaria

  • mar 20
    Parcialmente soleado

    30°

    16°

    10%
  • mié 21
    Muy soleado

    29°

    16°

    10%
  • jue 22
    Soleado

    31°

    18°

    10%
  • vie 23
    Parcialmente soleado

    31°

    19°

    10%
  • sáb 24
    Parcialmente soleado

    31°

    19°

    10%
  • dom 25
    Parcialmente soleado

    31°

    19°

    10%
  • lun 26
    Parcialmente soleado

    32°

    20°

    20%
  • mar 27
    Parcialmente soleado

    29°

    18°

    40%
  • mié 28
    Parcialmente soleado

    30°

    18°

    50%
  • jue 1
    Parcialmente soleado

    31°

    16°

    50%

El tiempo en fotos

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  • ICELAND - FEBRUARY 2009: EXCLUSIVE. Straumur Aurora ? Hafnarfj?r ur, Iceland, February 2009. Chronological pictures show the secret cycle of the stunning Northern Lights - which are visibly building up year-on-year to a spectacular climax in 2012. Icelandic photographer Orvar Thorgiersson, 35, a software engineer from Reyjavik, is on a mission to document the growing annual intensity of the phenomenon, which can be seen getting brighter and brighter from 2007 to this year. Part of a cosmic rhythm, scientists expect the lights in 2012 to produce a spectacular fireworks display - a crescendo of breathtaking activity high above the Earth. The event will be causeed by the Solar Maximum - a period when the sun's magnetic field on the solar equator rotates at a slightly faster pace than at the solar poles. The solar cycle takes an average of around 11 years to go from one solar maximum to the next - varying between 9 to 14 years for any given solar cycle.
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  • Vista de la costa oeste de la Antártida fotografiada desde la ventana de un avión de la NASA durante la Operación IceBridge, el 28 de octubre. Los paisajes del deshielo en la Antártida EL PAÍS Logotipo EL PAÍS
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