The 24-hour forecast foresees heavy to torrential rains for Sinaloa, get ready!
Sinaloa. – cloudy sky with occasional torrential rains in Sinaloa, electric shock and possible hail, plus cool atmosphere dawn and very hot afternoon with temperatures near 40 ° C, comes with the forecast of the weather for Monday June 28, 2021.
The climate agency also highlights wind with variable direction from 60 to 70 km / h on the coasts of Sinaloa and swells with waves up to 3 meters high.
The climate agency explained that these conditions will generate torrential rains of up to 250 millimeters and are due to the release of category one hurricane “Enrique”, among other systems, currently active in the Pacific such as the cold front 60, out of season; the rains would focus during the morning in the south of the state and areas of the center.
* For the following hours, this is the weather forecast of the National Meteorological Service in Sinaloa *
Choix: 27 minutes / 39 maximums- cloudy
El Fuerte: 30 / 40- partly cloudy
Rosario: 22 / 29- covered sky
Sinaloa municipality: 24/33 – covered sky
Guasave: 29 / 35- cloudy
Ahome: 31/26 cloudy
Badiraguato: 22/31 – cloudy
Culiacán: 26/36 – cloudy
Escuinapa: 24/28 – cloudy sky
Mazatlán: 23/31 cloudy sky
If you need to check the forecast in your municipality, we suggest you consult the SMN system here
Today the duration of the day will be 13 hours and 44 minutes; sunrise was at 6:24 am and sunset will be at 8:08 pm; the last rays of the sun are expected at 8:34 p.m.
Photo 1: Duration of the day in Sinaloa June 28, 2021
For its part, the Meteored.mx service predicts the risk of storms in the next few hours in a large part of Sinaloa; it foresees minimum temperatures of 24 degrees and maximum of 28; the levels of solar radiation and UV rays will be high 8 points, at 2:00 in the afternoon; also forecasts cloudy skies throughout the day
* Photo 2: Meteored.mx weather forecast for Sinaloa today June 28, 2021.
This is how The Weather Channel set the temperatures at 6:38 in the morning.
Photo 3: Morning temperatures recorded this morning by The Weather Channel in Sinaloa
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