In Guerrero, forecast of heavy rains and high waves for this weekend


Guerrero.- The Secretary of Civil Protection Guerrero issued a preventive warning for the population in general, due to the forecast of moderate to heavy rains for the next five days in a large part of the state, due to various meteorological systems that affect the national territory.

For this weekend, the Intertropical Convergence zone, together with a low pressure channel and an anticyclonic circulation, will favor the entry of tropical maritime air from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

The forecast for the state of Guerrero foresees intervals of showers with strong punctual rains of 25 to 50 millimeters per square meter, during Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, which could manifest mainly in the afternoon and evening, accompanied by activity electricity, gusts of wind and the fall of hail in the high parts.

Also, the state agency reported that a new event of “Mar de Fondo” affects the coasts of the state of Guerrero, with the presence of waves of 1.5 to 2.1 meters in height from the state of Chiapas to Sinaloa, including Guerrero.

Likewise, an anticyclonic circulation in the middle levels of the atmosphere will keep the afternoon environment hot to very hot with maximum temperatures above 35 to 40 degrees Celsius, mainly in the Tierra Caliente, North and Mountain regions.

The Civil Protection Secretariat recommends taking extreme precautionary measures in the event of storms with electrical activity, keeping an eye on weather information, not spreading rumours, locating safe areas, evacuation routes and the closest temporary shelter.

Take extreme care measures with the growth of rivers and streams, especially avoid crossing them, in order to avoid incidents.

Keep distance from unstable slopes with the risk of landslides or landslides, monitor the behavior of runoff that could occur in low areas, as well as be careful with the risk of falling trees, billboards and power lines.

With information from the Government of Guerrero

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