The easiest job in Sao Paulo, lately, would be meteorology. All you would have to do would be to wake up and say that it will be sunny until around 3 PM, when pouring rains and violent lightning storms will suddenly appear out of nowhere, then rage and rumble for about an hour, then suddenly clear up before the sun goes down, and then stay calm all night long.
This has been going, without fail, for over a month.
It’s been an extra rainy year in Sao Paulo Brazil, causing many floods and landslides.
This video shows how water goes counter-clockwise down the drain on the southern hemisphere, instead of clock-wise like it does on the north side of the world.