Tropical storm Kay will reach category one hurricane tomorrow


Juan Espinosa Luna reported that the meteor continues its movement to the northwest, bordering Baja California.

Culiacán, Sin.- Tropical storm Kay could become a category one hurricane tomorrow, reported specialist Juan Espinosa Luna.

According to the forecast, the storm is near the coast of Nayarit and is expected to affect the coast of Sinaloa.

However, by September 7, as a hurricane, Kay would be found bordering the coast of Baja California.

According to the forecast presented by the specialist, by September 10 the storm will be crossing towards the Gulf of California, already far from Sinaloa.

Sinaloa remains on alert for tropical storm Kay

Today, in Sinaloa, the suspension of classes was ordered for all educational levels in the 18 municipalities, and the authorities promised to notify tomorrow at 04:00 if the suspension will continue.

Similarly, the alert level is in blue, which represents the minimum risk. However, given this, the closure of beaches in Mazatlan has been ordered due to the high waves that have occurred since yesterday.

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