Instability zone reported in the Pacific, with 20% probability of cyclonic development in 48 hours
Civil Protection declares itself under surveillance in the face of the phenomenon that is located 605 kilometers south southwest of the mouth of the Sushiate River, the border between Mexico and Guatemala
The State Institute of Civil Protection declared itself under surveillance for a zone of instability in the Pacific Ocean.
According to the report of the state agency, the phenomenon has a 20 percent probability of cyclonic development in the next 48 hours and 70 percent in 5 days.
This is located 605 kilometers south southwest of the mouth of the Sushiate River, border between Mexico and Guatemala; the forecast is a slow westward shift.
The Mazatlan Post