The rains are pulling north faster than usual. That means that Panama was wetter than usual, and Argentina is drier. In between those extremes are Colombia and Venezuela, where the last week brought poor rains, while patches across Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil had unusually heavy rains.
In between these two regions heavy rain soaked parts of Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil. There may have been some isolated flooding during heavy downpours in these areas. At the same time poor rains settled into Colombia, where there is likely to be damage to crops, especially along the Pacific coast, and in Venezuela, where dryness has not been as constant and there isn't as much danger to crops. Next week will continue to see hit and miss rains across the northern and central parts of South America.