The forecast of precipitations comes mainly for zones of the center of Sinaloa; the heat will be between 35 and 40 degrees Celsius
Sinaloa.- One more day with unstable weather will face Sinaloa this Wednesday, July 14, due to a low-pressure channel that extends from the northwest to the center of the country, and that also interacts with the entry of humidity from the Pacific Ocean, with superior atmospheric instability and with the passage of tropical wave No. 10 that will move over the south and west of Mexico.
This system will maintain a partially cloudy sky during the day, in the afternoon cloudiness will increase and will leave heavy occasional rains in Sinaloa, with electric shocks and possible hail fall.
The climate agency details that the entity could receive contributions with intervals of showers with occasional rains of 25.1 to 50 millimeters, electrical storms, and possible hail fall.
The first rains of the day could be registered mainly in the central area of Sinaloa and in the afternoon they would be generalized to the south, areas of the north and east of the entity
But beware, it will also cause suffocating humid heat with temperatures between 35 and 40 degrees. In fact, and after a week of not appearing in the lists of maximum temperatures, Sinaloa returned to this count on Tuesday with Culiacán, which ranked fourth in the country after registering 33 degrees Celsius.
For its part, the Meteored.mx service predicts suffocating humid heat for the next few hours in much of the Sinaloan territory; it foresees minimum temperatures of 28 degrees and a maximum of 37; solar radiation levels and UV rays high 9 points at 2:00 in the afternoon.
Meteored.mx weather forecast for Sinaloa today July 14, 2021.
The weather service also forecasts clear skies during the day, cloudy intervals after 2:00 p.m. and night, as well as light rain in the afternoon.
Weather forecast Meteored.mx by municipalities of Sinaloa today July 14, 2021.
This is how The Weather Channel sets the temperatures at 6:31 in the morning.
Morning temperatures recorded this morning by The Weather Channel in Sinaloa