According to forecasts by the National Meteorology and Hydrology Service of Peru (Cenamhi), July will probably become the coldest month of the year in Lima, and millions of people are already suffering from it. One of them is the Canadian Véronique Angers, who has been living in Lima for a few years. The paradox is that when she was in her country, she experienced a temperature of minus 50 degrees Celsius. So why are you cold? The explanation he gave in a video of TIC Toc changed viral,
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Veronique Angers (@VeroniqueAngers) is a Canadian who has been living in Lima with her Peruvian husband for a few years. He gained popularity on Tiktok thanks to the video dedicated to the Inca country.
His latest clip surprised many with a revelation: although he has lived for many years in a country where the temperatures are very low, he is cold in Lima.
,No kidding, I die every winter.Véronique Angers started by saying it in her video, in which we see her in a t-shirt and hood.
,I’m from northern Canada, a place where it’s minus -50 degrees in the winter, a place where you don’t even need a freezer, because you put the food outside and it’s already frozen.“, described the young Canadian.
However, the woman clarified that despite the low temperature, Canada does not feel so cold during winters. The reason? There are suitable accessories such as winter boots, coats and tops, heating; Something that apparently does not exist in many homes in the Peruvian capital.
,Whether we are in the car, on the bus, at work, at home, there is heating and hot water everywhere.he explained.
Moreover, he mentioned that the windows of houses in Canada are replaced every ten or fifteen years to prevent the cold from entering their homes.
After revealing the differences between Canada and Peru to resist the cold, Véronique Angers underlined that the humidity in Lima is at the origin of the feeling of low temperatures during the winter.
“Lima has terrible humidity that sends shivers down your spine. The temperature is around 15°C, but you are still cold. For these reasons, there is a Canadian cold in Lima“, finished the woman.
The video was posted last Thursday and is close to hitting half a million views. The response from users was immediate and many of them agreed with the Canadians. “Humidity and heating are the main differences! Here (Lima) you freeze more than inside your house (sic), “the problem is the humidity”, were some of the comments.
Peru’s lowest minimum temperature was recorded between June 10 and June 20, according to Peru’s National Meteorological and Hydrological Service (Cenamahi). In this context, as reported by gob.pe, Lima reached 8.4°C, the lowest value since 1967. During this time, the southern highlands recorded a minimum temperature of -21°C and in the southern forest, about 10°C.
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