On November 19, the Brazilian National Meteorological Institute reported the highest temperature ever recorded in Brazil, which was 44.8 degrees Celsius in the Aracuai region of Minas Gerais state. This temperature surpassed the previous record of 44.7 degrees Celsius set in 2005. Experts attribute the unusual weather conditions to the effects of an “El Nino”-induced climate and climate change.
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