Will it continue to rain in Sinaloa?

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From Wednesday to Friday it is expected that a low-pressure channel over the northwest and west of the country will continue to interact, generating instability, however, there are changes in the accumulated rainfall

Sinaloa. – In the summary of the weather forecast from 72 to 96 hours, the National Meteorological Service details that the rains will continue, but not with the same intensity of the last three days in Sinaloa

These conditions are driven during the forecast period, by a low-pressure channel over the northwest and west of the country, and one more over the east of Mexico, which will interact with higher atmospheric instability, producing very strong storms.

It also stands out that from Wednesday to Friday, tropical wave No. 26 will travel through the south, center, and west of the Mexican Republic, increasing the probability of rain in those regions.

These systems will reach the state of Sinaloa that will propitiate the following weather conditions for the entity, in which a decrease in the accumulated rainfall is forecast:

Wednesday, September 1, 2021
• Intervals of showers with strong punctual rains from 25.1 to 50.0 mm
• Interior temperatures of 35º with excess humidity. 
 
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Thursday, September 02, 2021
• Intervals of showers with strong punctual rains from 25.1 to 50.0 mm
• Interior temperatures of 35º with excess humidity. 
• Wind with gusts of 30 to 40 km / h
 
Friday, September 3, 2021
• Intervals of showers with strong punctual rains of 25.1 to 50.0 mm
• Interior temperatures of 35º with excess humidity. 

In the last 48 hours, the state of Sinaloa has accumulated more than 300 millimeters of rain caused by “Nora” that was extinguished in this area of ​​Mexico during the early hours of Monday; This Tuesday the rainfall forecast continues with between 75 and 150 millimeters, so preventive measures must remain active. 

The torrential caused damage to road infrastructure, floods and the evacuation of hundreds of families; Coordination to assist the population has been in charge of Civil Protection, Sedena, Navy, municipal police and National Guard personnel.

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