The National Meteorological Service highlights a low pressure area with a 50 percent cyclone probability that surrounds the Pacific coast, and is the one that could add moisture to the state.
Sinaloa.- The rainy days do not end for Sinaloa, and what could be, according to forecast models, the 14th cyclone of the season that will be called ” Newton “, is developing very parallel on the coasts of Michoacán and , in conjunction with other active systems, will activate rainy potential in the next few hours.
This is how the National Meteorological Service foresees it, which for this Wednesday, September 21, forecasts accumulated heavy rains with strong punctuals, from 50 to 75 millimeters in Sinaloa, mostly in the southern zone.
In its short-term forecast model from 6:00 to 9:00 in the morning, the weather agency forecasts showers and strong punctual rains with electric shocks in the vicinity of the municipalities of: Rosario, Escuinapa, Concordia and Mazatlán.
The storm could have a maximum towards the last hours of the day and much of Thursday morning, when a storm system moves from the south and to the north of Sinaloa, motivated by low pressure channels and atmospheric instability in the area. of low pressure in Michiacán that will begin to move parallel to the coasts
The North Pacific Meteorological forecast is for a partly cloudy to cloudy sky with very heavy punctual rains in Sinaloa and strong in Sonora; both with electric shocks. In the morning, a temperate to cool environment with fog banks in mountainous areas. Warm to hot evening atmosphere in coastal areas. West component wind from 15 to 30 km/h.
Temperatures will rise , being able to hover between 35 and 40 degrees, with thermal sensations of 37 to 41 degrees, with solar radiation of 8 points, so protect yourself from these constant changes.
This day the storm centers remain in Escuinapa, Rosario, Costa Rica, Mazatlán and Culiacán ; possible light rains in Ahome, Badiraguato and Juan José Ríos. Thunderstorms are forecast in Navolato and Los Mochis
Weather forecast by municipality s
-Culiacán: Cloudy intervals during most of the day. Temperatures from 24 to 33 degrees with a wind chill of 40. Rains at night and around dawn.
-Mazatlán: Clear during the morning, cloudy at noon and night with probable storms between 8 and 11 at night. Highs of 29 degrees that will be felt up to 36º.
-Ahome: Clear in the morning; 30 percent chance for light rain between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and cloudy the rest of the afternoon and night. Highs of 33 degrees with a wind chill of 40º.
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