Video: This is what Mazatlan looks like during the impact of ‘Narda’ on the Sinaloa coast

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As a tropical storm this meteorological phenomenon entered through Mazatlan, it will continue through Altata and in Topolobampo it will remain from Monday night until Tuesday

Sinaloa.- Mazatlan is on yellow alert for “Narda” where there are rains and gusts of wind that increase with the passing of the minutes.

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If for several hours tropical depression, “Narda” was once again a tropical storm with large cloud banks and high rainfall forecasts of up to 150 liters per square meter.

Given the weather forecasts, the authorities of the state of Sinaloa have prepared to receive the meteor that is expected to impact with rains and winds in the entity.

Strong winds impact the seawall of Mazatlan, Sinaloa because of the tropical storm.

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At the moment “Narda” is located 80 km south of Mazatlan, Sin., And 75 km west of El Roblito, Nayarit, with northwesterly movement at 24 km / h; maintains sustained winds of 65 km / h and gusts of 85 km / h.

As a tropical storm this meteorological phenomenon entered through Mazatlan, it will continue through Altata and in Topolobampo it will remain from Monday night until Tuesday.

It is recommended that the population in areas of influence of the system and maritime navigation, take extreme precautions and comply with the recommendations of the authorities of the National Civil Protection System

‘Narda’ a storm of destructive winds; arrives with gusts of 100 km/ha Sinaloa

Cyclone 14 of the season was increasing the strength of its winds causing destruction in the entity

In addition to being the storm that has touched the most points during its journey, passing through Guerrero, Michoacán, Jalisco, Nayarit and Sinaloa, “Narda” has been increasing its winds every time it “hits”.

When forming and impacting in the vicinity of Guerrero “Narda” maintained maximum sustained winds of 55 km / h and gusts of 75 km / h.

When it hit 15 km northeast of Lázaro Cárdenas, Mich, and 250 km east-southeast of Manzanillo, Colima was with sustained winds of 75 km / and gusts of 95 km / h.

Touching land in the vicinity of Pihuamo, Jalisco and 85 km east of Manzanillo, Colima, did so with sustained winds of 55 km / h and gusts of 75 km / h.

When impacting on the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco and 55 km east-northeast of Cabo Corrientes, it did so with winds similar to the previous sustained 55 km / h and gusts of 75 km / h.

Now, in its passage through Sinaloa, 25 km west-southwest of Tempehuaya Bay and 135 km northwest of Mazatlan, it does so with sustained winds of 85 km / h and gusts of 100 km / h, so the warning measures in the entity before the destruction that can originate.

In Mazatlan, the storm has hit hard leaving, contrary to other storms, destruction due to the force of its winds.

Spectacular demolished, traffic lights, roofs of houses and businesses, broken glass, among others, have been the effects of the storm that remains on the entity and that is predicted to continue here until noon on October 1, when it begins to go towards Sonora.

Remember to take extreme safety measures and not expose yourself to wind on the streets, in the sea or in the countryside.

And after ‘Narda’ What’s next?

The season still has five systems left, four of them are hurricanes

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Currently “Narda”, the system 14 of 19 predicted for the cyclone and hurricane season 2019, is active leaving its force on Sinaloan coasts.

It is expected that from the afternoon of Tuesday, October 1, it will begin to degrade as it enters Guaymas, Sonora where it will fall to tropical depression.

However, with “Narda” the cycle of systems that are expected for this season will not end, since there are still five to activate among them according to the forecast, four hurricanes.

For the 2019 season in the Pacific were predicted: 8 tropical storms, 5 hurricanes category 1 or 2 and 6 hurricanes category 2, 4 or 5

Regarding hurricanes category 1 or 2, three of five have been fulfilled

1. Alvin: Category 1. Duration of June 25-29

2. Flossie: Category 1. Duration from July 28 to August 6

3. Lorena: Category 1. Duration from September 17 to 21

Similarly, four of six hurricanes categories 3, 4 or 5 have already been registered with:

1. Barbara: Category 4. Duration from June 30 to July 6

2. Erick: Category 4. Duration from July 27 to August 5

3. Juliette: Category 3. Duration September 1-7

4. Kiko: Category 4. Duration from September 13 to 20

* “Narda” would be the seventh tropical storm and the number 14 system generated in the waters of the Mexican Pacific ”

 Storms left

1. Cosme

2. Delilah

3. Gil

4. Henriette

5. Ivo

6. Mario

7. Narda

The systems to be formed are:

1. Octave

2. Priscilla

3. Raymond

4. Sonia

5. Tico

Among these, there are two that could reach hurricane categories 3, 4 or 5 so the exhort is not to let your guard down and stay alert.

The cyclone and hurricane season 2019 began on May 15 in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and on June 1 in the Central Pacific. It will end on November 30, 2019, in both zones.

Source: conagua,smn, linea directa

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