The climate agency highlights adverse conditions for Sinaloa, mainly in the coastal zone
Clear skies in the morning and cloudy during the afternoon with strong punctual rains and electric shocks, predicts the National Meteorological Service this Monday, September 13 in the state of Sinaloa.
The climate agency stressed that the strong point showers will leave rains of 25 to 50 millimeters, mostly in the morning in coastal areas of: Culiacán, Cosalá, San Ignacio, Mazatlán, Concordia, Rosario, and Escuinapa, which have been affecting since the last minutes Sunday; conditions will be generalized throughout the state during the evening.
But be careful, since the SMN also warns of conditions of humid and suffocating heat that could reach 40 degrees, with a thermal sensation of up to 47 as happened this Sunday and that was felt in Choix, a municipality that remained in fourth place in the country. maximum temperatures, registering 37.3 degrees with a thermal sensation of up to 47º.
Maximum temperatures Sunday, September 12: Ejido Nuevo León, BC, 45.7; Altar, Son., 40.0; Loreto, BCS, 38.5; Choix, Sin., 37.3; Monclova, Coah., 36.0; Campeche, Camp. 35.6 and Tacubaya, Mexico City, 21.5
For its part, the Meteored.mx service warns of suffocating humid heat, with cloudy skies for most of the day and light rains. It also foresees minimum temperatures of 25 degrees and maximum of 31; the levels of solar radiation and UV rays will be high of 8 points at 2:00 in the afternoon.
The following graph shows the extended forecast of Meteored.mx for the main ones in Sinaloa today, September 13, 2021.
Due to the weather conditions that warn of heavy to intense rains mainly in the coastal area of Sinaloa, this Monday, September 13, the coordination of Civil Protection and the Ministry of Public Education in the entity, determined the suspension of classes in two municipalities.
In an alert issued this morning on its social networks, Civil Protection indicated that activities at all educational levels and administrative areas of the SEPyC will not be possible in the municipalities of Culiacán and Navolato
A storm that has been affecting since Sunday night and that first affected Mazatlán with strong winds and rains, continues to move north and is currently located right on the coast of the center of the entity.
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