It was a beautiful day and now our weather turns more humid. A southerly flow of tropical air arrives overnight and two points will be in the 60s and even 70s for Thursday and Friday. Along with the high humidity we're going to add in a chance for a couple of showers or even a thunderstorm in some towns. However in a drought pattern showers are not going to be widespread many of you will miss them and continue to dry out the landscape. As the final chance of showers exits the area Friday evening it will set us up for an absolutely beautiful weekend of weather. You can expect sunshine and low humidity with temperatures in the 80s perfect for the beach the pool golf or any other summer activity.
What you need to know, currently.
We have a new story up today from Anna Abraham on the efforts of the Chilean people to reclaim the country’s water supply from the extractive industries and other private enterprises.
“Climate change plays a significant role in the matter,” writes Abraham. “But so does the country’s free-market water policy, which inadvertently prioritizes the needs of extractive industries over a community’s right to access water.”
“They stole everything from us, they even took away our dignity,” Zoila Quiroz, a local resident from Petorca, Chile told EFE, “There was a time when we had to choose whether to take a shower or wash our clothes. We had no choice but to fight.”