Caution! It will continue to rain in Sinaloa

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Sinaloa .- Cloudy sky in the afternoon with strong punctual rains which will be accompanied by electric shocks and possible hail, predicts for this Monday, July 12, the National Meteorological Service for Sinaloa.

The climate agency details that there will be intervals of showers with strong punctual rains of 25.1 to 50.0 mm, mainly focused on the municipalities of Choix and El Fuerte in the next few hours, and generalized throughout the day. 

On the other hand, the climate agency details that temperatures will remain between 35 to 40 ° C, also feeling strong humidity in the environment, mostly in the coastal areas of the entity. 

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

Choix: 23 minimum / 32 maximum- covered sky 
El Fuerte: 28 / 35- covered sky  
Rosario: 23 / 29- cloudy sky to covered
Sinaloa municipality: 24/31 – cloudy sky 
Guasave: 28 / 34- covered sky 
Ahome: 29 / 35- from cloudy to covered
Badiraguato: 22/29 – overcast
Culiacán: 25/34 – overcast 
Mazatlán   : 25/32 – overcast Escuinapa: 25/31 – overcast 
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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 37 minutes; sunrise was at 6:29 am and sunset will be at 8:07 pm; the last rays of the sun are expected at 8:32 p.m. 

For its part, the Meteored.mx service forecasts suffocating humid heat for the next few hours in much of Sinaloa; it foresees minimum temperatures of 24 degrees and maximum of 32; solar radiation levels and UV rays high 8 points at 2:00 in the afternoon.

Meteored.mx weather forecast for Sinaloa today July 12, 2021.

The weather service also forecasts cloudy skies during the day and the probability of storms at night.

Weather forecast Meteored.mx by municipalities of Sinaloa today July 12, 2021.

This is how The Weather Channel set the temperatures at 6:49 in the morning. 

Morning temperatures recorded this morning by The Weather Channel in Sinaloa

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