between this Saturday 18 and Sunday 19according to meteorological advice n° 51 (orange level) of the senamhidifferent provinces at the national level will present snow, hail, rain there melted snow.
He National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology of Peru (Senamhi) informed that these precipitations will be of moderate to strong intensity.
The regions that will experience these weather events are Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Cusco, Huancavelica, Huánuco, Ica, Tumbes, Junín, Lambayeque, Lima, Moquegua, La Libertad, Pasco, Apurímac, Piura, Puno and Tacna.
The National Institute for Civil Protection (undecided) recommended adopting precautionary measures in these possible situations.
For the time being, it is expected that the precipitation accumulated in northern sierra with values close to 30 mm/day, in the central saw 20 mm/day and in the southern sierra 18 mm/day.
Likewise, in the North Coastthere are estimated reports at Piura and Tumbes of 30 mm/day.
Indeci has asked those responsible for the Regional governments and the different municipalitiesabove areas, check that evacuation routes are clear.
In this sense, they pointed out that it is important with the signage necessary to avoid accidents.
They also asked to mobilize citizens to safe areasaway from the beds of rivers or streams before possible landslides or huaicos.
They also pointed out that the health centers, the respective police stations and the fire brigade, key entities in a emergency stateThey must also be available and ready to help.
The population was recommended protect and strengthen he roof of their househave a early warning system -through whistles, bells, sirens or loudspeakers- which can be used in extreme cases with their authorities.
On the other hand, the President of the Republic, Dina Boluarteinaugurated this Friday 17 the program ‘With Punche, Peru: Solidarity’ with the aim of gathering aid -between the private sectors and civil organizations- for those affected.
“I summon a national crusade to rebuild Peru, a Peru that allows us to deal immediately with the victims and those affected; that in the short and medium term, great works can be carried out to protect our towns and cities,” he said.
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