Partly cloudy skies are foreseen during the day and cloudy in the afternoon, which is when very strong occasional rains are expected in the entity, with electric shocks and even the possible fall of hail.
If you are thinking of washing this Sunday to start the week with clean clothes, it is better that you do not do it, because Sinaloa is one of the states of the republic where very heavy specific rains are expected this day with an accumulated of up to 75 millimeters (mm).
Partly cloudy skies are expected during the day and cloudy in the afternoon, which is when very strong occasional rains are expected in the entity, with electric shocks and even the possible fall of hail.
According to the forecasts of the National Meteorological Service, a series of meteorological phenomena among which the tropical storm “Guillermo” stands out, which is active in the Pacific Ocean, which will cause from isolated rains to showers and very heavy rains throughout the Mexican territory, and Sinaloa is on the list of states with the highest probability of rainfall.
The tropical wave number 12 that will cross the country is another of the natural events that cause the rains this day and the states where specific rainfall is expected from heavy to very strong are in addition to Sinaloa, the neighboring state of Sonora, in addition to Chihuahua, Durango, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz, Campeche and Yucatán, with accumulated from 50.1 to 75.0.
It will also be hot
But not only rain, this Sunday, July 18, the thermometer in Sinaloa is expected to reach up to 40 degrees Celsius.
And is that the maximum temperatures of 35 to 40 degrees are expected for Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Nayarit, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Yucatán and Quintana Roo.
So you better get ready and the weather doesn’t catch you off guard this day. Remember that it is important to shelter yourself at home in times of heavy rain to avoid accidents; In addition, hydrate yourself in the face of high temperatures to prevent illnesses such as heat stroke.
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