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Get your umbrella ready: Rain forecast for Monterrey next week

Monterrey.- The 40 degrees that were there before in Nuevo León has already given the State a break and rain and nice temperatures are still forecast for next week.

According to the Civil Protection of the state, on Monday, October 2, there is a 20 percent chance of rain, however, the percentage will increase on Thursday.

Various sites specializing in meteorology, such as Meteored, point out that for October 5 there is an 80 percent chance of rain, and also indicate temperatures of at least 22 degrees.

It is also reported that there will be a rainy weekend with nice weather for the metropolitan area, however, they ask to listen to any changes that can be registered.

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What will the weather be like this Friday, September 29 in Monterrey?

During the day, the minimum temperature will remain between 24-26 degrees Celsius. However, a maximum of 35 is expected, with a wind chill of 36-37.

Between 3:00 pm and 10:00 pm, there is a 5 percent chance of rain. Around 3:35 pm the maximum temperature will be reached, which will remain until 6:00 pm.

Cold front 4: When will it arrive?

The fourth frontal system of the season will enter next Saturday, September 30 from the northwest of the country.

Its arrival will cause interaction with the polar jet stream, which means that rain with intervals of rain will be generated in Baja California, as well as winds with gusts of 60 to 70 kilometers per hour in Gulf of California.

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The states of Baja California and Sonora will dawn with cooler temperatures, and will also be home to possible dust demons.

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