Does this sentence read well?
Days ago people complained it was too hot, as in melting people. Today's freezing cold. Crazy weather! The good news is that the rains brought a smile to the people's face in the countryside. They strongly depend on it.
It's been raining a lot in Northeast Brazil for the last couple of days. Most people here, specially those who live in the countryside, need these rains to make a living as they sell veggies and fruits to make some. Believe it or not, 60% of all livestock died of hunger and thirst. A scene none wants to witness!
Hello! You might say:
Days ago people complained it was too hot - we were all melting! Today it's freezing cold. Crazy weather! But the rains brought a smile to people's faces in the countryside, for the rain was badly needed!
**of course, there are many ways to possibly say this so you may want to edit it further depending on the context and desired "style".
In Perfect English
Anyhow it might be ok in the context you're using it. It's not exactly an error.