There is intense heat in the north of Sinaloa

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The intense heat It continues to predominate in the northern area of ​​Sinaloa, with maximum temperatures of up to 35 degrees Celsius, according to the National Meteorological Service.

The agency dependent on the Conagua reported that in the municipality of Ahome there is a relative humidity of 65 percent, and a probability of rain of 70%. There were even light rains in some sectors of the city of Los Mochis.

High levels of UV radiation are also recorded, which is why the population is urged to take care of the sun’s rays and maintain constant hydration to prevent heat stroke.

The SMN forecasts that high temperatures will continue in the coming days; For tomorrow minimum temperatures of 28 degrees are expected, and maximums of 35.

In its general forecast for today, the agency reported that low pressure channels over the Sierra Madre Oriental and the Mesa del Norte, instability in the upper atmosphere and the passage of tropical wave number 30 that will move south of Michoacán, Colima and Jalisco, will cause heavy showers and rains at very strong points accompanied by electric shocks and possible hail fall in the northeast, north and west of the Republic.

On the other hand, the new tropical wave number 31 located on the eastern coast of Quintana Roo, will advance towards the west and will cause showers and very strong punctual rains in the Yucatan Peninsula and very strong in the southeast of Mexico, with intense punctual storms in Chiapas.

Likewise, waves of 1 to 2 meters high are expected on the Pacific coast, from Chiapas to Jalisco, as well as on the southwest coast of Baja California Sur.

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Finally, the hot environment will prevail over entities in the northwest and northeast of Mexico, as well as the Yucatan Peninsula, with very hot temperatures in areas of Baja California and Sonora.

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