Tropical Depression 15-E will leave torrential rains in Mazatlan


Tropical Depression 15-E will affect municipalities of Sinaloa with rains of 50 to 75 millimeters

MAZATLÁN.- We are two months away from the end of the hurricane season in the Mexican Pacific, and in the meantime we inform you that Tropical Depression 15-E has formed and will leave torrential rains in areas of Sinaloa, especially the south of the state.

Given this, the Government of Mazatlan, through the Ministry of Public Security, issued a statement, stating that the circulation of this system will generate potential rains and storms for the state during the evening of Wednesday until early Thursday.

According to the National Meteorological System, it is forecast that the south of Sinaloa will receive 50 to 75 millimeters of rain.

The trajectory of this Tropical Depression is expected to be towards the West, until it moves away from the Mexican coast.

In addition to this Tropical Depression 15-E, there is also another Low-Pressure Zone that is being monitored.

These systems are being favored by the Monsoon Trough, a phenomenon that favors the formation of tropical cyclones.