The rain flooded the port. Some educational institutions suspended work.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that tropical storm Rosa is located off the coast of the Baja California Peninsula and its cloud bands cover Baja California, northern Baja California Sur and western Sonora.
The tropical storm is located 225 kilometers west-southwest of Punta Eugenia, Baja California Sur. In Mazatlan, Sinaloa, there is rain generated by tropical storm Rosa, which is expected to touch land during this afternoon in Baja California.
They fell 16.9 mm of precipitation and this caused several floods to be flooded, such as the Insurgentes, part of Avenida la Marina and Sinaloa.
The rain has caused traffic chaos, stranded vehicles and hundreds of wet children. The head of Regional Services of the Sepyc, Mart del Carmen Martínez, stressed that if there are classes, and that leaves the parent free to choose whether or not to take their children.
Martinez said they are pending and if there are changes to notify the population. Some students returned to their homes.
On the other hand, “Sergio” will reach the hurricane category in the course of the day and will be located southwest of the coast of Jalisco, its wide circulation will strengthen the potential of storms in the west of the country, however, will move to the west, moving away from national coasts.
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