Glaciers of Ecuadorian summits give up due to climate change

Bolivar Caceres is in charge of Glaciers Ecuador Program, which runs the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inamhi) since 1994 to verify receding of icecaps in the seven summits with glaciers that Ecuador has, one of the impacts of climate change. Caceres explains...
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Inamhi says drizzles in Guayaquil are normal at this time of year

The regional director of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inamhi for its spanish acronym), Raul Mejia said the rains detected in the last five days in different zones of Guayaquil correspond to a common pattern of sporadic minimum drizzle and do not represent...
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First rains in Guayaquil

Without the presence of the classic crickets announcing the arrival of the rainy season in Guayaquil, it seems that it has already started, since it has been raining persistently from Sunday morning until dawn today, even in some sectors it was reported that it reached downpour...
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Guayaquil endured slight drizzle

Yesterday, a sudden rain surprised the inhabitants of Guayaquil, although the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (INAMHI for its Spanish acronym) announced that the rain cycle culminated in the coastal region last June. However, it should be noted that an early rainy...
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Climate Change in Quito helps fighting fires

Quito dawned today with an overcast sky after the slight rainfall of last Monday. This slight change in the Capital’s temperature, brings moisture as part of a normal process in this seasonal time. Carlos Naranjo, director of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology...
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Quito place its hopes in the rain to stop fires

Yesterday, a slight drizzle at approximately 20:30 on different sectors of the capital, was registered. Although the rain was brief, the Quito citizens showed their emotion through social networks. Phrases like “The rain returns to Quito!“, “Rain at last“,...