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Despite the bad weather, tourists make the waters of the Mazatlan sea their own

According to the SMN “Andrés” it is located southwest of the Jalisco coasts, its wide circulation generates strong entry of humidity towards the west of the country, causing heavy showers and occasional rains in the region.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – Despite the bad weather forecast due to the arrival of the first tropical storm of the season called ‘Andrés’, dozens of bathers make the waters of the Pacific their own on the different beaches offered by the Pearl of the Pacific.

The waves are already beginning to increase in intensity, as well as the hourly winds become more evident and, although up to this moment it does not represent danger, there are also no elements of Aquatic Rescue or Civil Protection or other aid and rescue corporation traveling the beaches to attend to any eventuality.

According to the National Meteorological System, “Andrés” is located southwest of the Jalisco coasts, its wide circulation generates strong entry of humidity towards the west of the country, causing heavy showers and occasional rains in the region.

Meanwhile, the National Water Commission testifies that this tropical storm is located approximately 650 kilometers from Playa Pérula in the state of Jalisco. And the humidity from its circulation will cause heavy rains in Jalisco and Michoacán, as well as showers in Colima.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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