Photographs and videos of the first snowfall of the season that fell in Cananea, Sonora were shared on social networks
Sonora.- The first snowfall of the season was recorded this Thursday in the Sierra La Mariquita, in the municipality of Cananea, Sonora.
Through social networks, videos of this natural phenomenon have been shared, where you can observe a beautiful landscape covered with white and the “rain” of ice.
This snowfall falls after the entry of the cold front number 16, in the municipality of Cananea, located in the north of the state of Sonora.
Some photographs have also been shared on social networks.
his Thursday, November 21, the snowfall also surprised the mountain area of Baja California.
The National Water Commission (Conagua) shared through Twitter, a couple of images where it realizes that a snowfall fell on the morning of November 21 in the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir, in the lower Californian entity.
According to the specialist of the National Water Commission (Conagua) in Sonora, Gilberto Lagarda Vázquez, do not have figures on the amount of snow that fell on the area, since they do not have an office in the town.
He also said that temperatures between three and five degrees Celsius are expected in the following days, with maximums between 14 and 17 degrees, in addition to a very cold environment.
For its part, the Conagua forecast for Friday a cold environment, with strong winds and rains, mainly in the states of Baja California, Sonora and Chihuahua.
In addition to the sleet fall in the San Pedro Mártir mountain range, Baja California, northern Sonora and peaks in northwest Chihuahua, all generated by the cold front 16.
Meanwhile, tropical wave number 54 will cover the south of the country, which will cause very heavy rains in Guerrero and Oaxaca, as well as showers over the west of the country.
Likewise, an anticyclone is reported on the slope of the Gulf of Mexico, which causes little rain potential in the northeast, east and southeast of Mexico, with winds of southern component with gusts of more than 40 kilometers per hour on the coast of Veracruz and Tamaulipas
Source: linea directa
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