On Tuesday Orlene could make landfall north of Mazatlan


The National Coordination of Civil Protection at a press conference announced the prognosis of Orlene’s trajectory.

In tune with the state policy of prevention against natural risks instructed by Governor Rubén Rocha Moya, the State Institute of Civil Protection of Sinaloa directed by Aurelio Roy Navarrete Cuevas, asks the Sinaloan population to be attentive to the trajectory of the recently formed Tropical Storm “Orlene”, since according to the most recent climatological report made by the National Water Commission, this natural phenomenon located in the Pacific Ocean, has a high probability of impacting the entity in the coming days.

The tropical storm Orlene that formed near the coast of Colima and Jalisco, according to the forecast presented by the National Weather Service, is expected to intensify to a category 1 hurricane on the night of Friday, September 30, increasing its strength as it crosses the Pacific Ocean. .

By the morning of October 2, it could become a category  2 hurricane and would be located 250 kilometers west of Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco.

The system could lose strength on October 3 and will approach the coast of Sinaloa with estimated winds of 120 kilometers per hour.

Therefore, the authorities that make up the Civil Protection System were called to take precautions.

For next Tuesday, October 4, Orlene is forecast to be located on land as a tropical depression, with waves reaching a height of two to three meters.

The entry of the phenomenon to land could be due to the El dorado syndicate.

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