CONAGUA warns of possible cyclone formation in the Pacific

There is a 90 percent probability that this phenomenon can grow

The National Water Commission reports on the possible growth of a low-pressure zone where there is a 90 percent probability that it will become a cyclone during the next 48 hours.

The depression is located southwest of the coast of Michoacán, the factors that favor its development would be the humidity of the Pacific Ocean towards the West of the Country.

During the afternoon Conagua will be updating about the path of this bad weather to communicate if there are significant changes.

Source: conagua

The Mazatlan Post

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