The week begins with a rain forecast for 30 areas of the Mexican Republic, before the arrival of front number 2, stretching across the northwest of the country, bringing heavy to very heavy rains with electrical shocks and gusts of wind.
According to a report from the Conagua National Meteorological Service, this is due to interaction with instability in high levels of the atmosphere.
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In addition, the Mexican monsoon, combined with the intrusion of moisture from the Pacific Ocean and the above-mentioned instability at high altitudes, results in heavy to very heavy rainfall with the possibility of hail in the northwest and west of the country.
In other areas, such as the center, east, south and southeast of Mexico, including the Valley of Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula, heavy showers and rains are expected at very heavy times due to low pressure channels in the interior and southeast of the territory. , in addition to the input of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.
Meanwhile, the very hot environment will persist in the areas of the Pacific Coast and Gulf of Mexico, as well as in the Mesa del Norte and the Yucatán Peninsula.
Below are the forecasts for the next 48 hours:
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Heavy rain with very heavy spots (50 to 75 mm):
San Luis Potosi
Shower intervals with intermittent heavy rain (25 to 50 mm):
State of Mexico
Shower clearances (5 to 25 mm):
Scattered rain (0.1 to 5 mm):