Nogales and Agua Prieta marveled the Sinaloans with white landscapes that caused cybernauts to share through their social networks.
Inhabitants of Nogales and Agua Prieta, Sonora, were surprised by the spectacular landscapes caused by the sixth winter storm and the cold front number 22, which closed traffic on some sections of federal highways two and 15.
The cybernauts, amazed by the winter surprise, shared photos and videos through Twitter, they even made acid comments and others highlighted the wonderful kindness of nature.
The State Coordination of Civil Protection (CEPC) reported that the Federal Police closed the circulation of all types of vehicles in the Cananea port of the Ímuris- Canane section of federal highway two and asked the drivers of small and large vehicles not to use that route until further notice.
Due to the snowfall that is registered in the high mountain range of northeastern Sonora, due to limited visibility, it is necessary to drive with caution in the Cananea- Agua Prieta section of said federal highway.
In addition, the federal highway 15 México-Nogales was closed, from kilometer 21 on the Ímuris-Nogales stretch for the same weather effect and the CEPC requested extreme caution when driving on the Magdalena-Imuris- Nogales stretch due to the presence of snow and limited visibility.
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