It will be HOT today in Sinaloa May 26th


The National Meteorological Service highlights in its 24-hour forecast notice that temperatures in the state could reach 45 degrees; take precautions, use sunscreen and do not expose yourself to the sun

Sinaloa.- Clear skies most of the day and no rain, cool to temperate weather at dawn and warm to very hot at noon, as well as a southwest wind of 25 to 35 km / h in the region, predicts the National Meteorological Service for this Wednesday, May 26 in Sinaloa. 

Once again, the municipality of Choix was left with the first of the maximum temperatures nationwide when registering 40.4 degrees, and it is already four days under these conditions of intense heat. 

For this Wednesday the region will keep the thermometer between 40 and 45 degrees Celsius without the possibility of rain, so if you leave home between 11:00 and 2:00 hours take your precautions since the sun will be “burning” and the levels of radiation intense. 

For the following hours, this is how the weather forecast of the National Meteorological Service in Sinaloa comes

Culiacán: minimum of 24 maximum of 36 – clear
Choix: 27 / 38- clear
Sinaloa municipality: 26/39 – clear
Badiraguato: 26/36-partly cloudy
Mazatlán: 24 / 35- clear 
Guasave: 28 / 35- clear
Ahome: 28 / 33- cloudy sky
Navolato: 25 / 33- little cloudy 
El Fuerte: 27 / 39- clear

Today the duration of the day will be 13 hours and 34 minutes; sunrise was at 6:21 am and sunset will be at 7:56 pm; the last rays of the sun are expected at 20:21 hours 

Photo 1: Duration of the day in Sinaloa May 26, 2021 

The service forecasts cloudy intervals during today in most of the Sinaloan territory; it foresees minimum temperatures of 22 degrees and maximum of 41; the levels of solar radiation and UV rays will remain high between 8 and 10 points between 11:00 and 2:00 in the afternoon 

* Photo 2: weather forecast for Sinaloa today May 26, 2021.

This is how The Weather Channel set the temperatures at 6:50 in the morning. 

Photo 3: Morning temperatures recorded this morning by The Weather Channel in Sinaloa


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