The cloud bands of Hurricane Pamela originated the rains that were registered yesterday in the lagoon region, but the forecast for today is of a cloudy to cloudy sky, with very low possibilities of precipitation.
The rains would resume on Saturday, which would add to a decrease in temperatures, which would drop from 37 to 34 degrees Celsius in the maximum and from 21 to 18 degrees in the minimum, this as a consequence of the frontal number system that is about to enter the region over the weekend, and that it would cause a storm.
José Abad Calderón Partida, weather forecast at the National Water Commission (Conagua), said that the possibility of hail for Saturday has been handled; However, it will be until this Wednesday when the Meteorological Observatory will be in a position to determine if this possibility will exist, which at the moment is very low.
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The atmosphere would remain dry in La Laguna for Thursday and Friday, and again on Saturday there would be rains in the morning, to later have a Sunday without the possibility of precipitation.
“The humidity that the storm would cause would be coming from the Gulf of Mexico,” he said.
According to the meteorological report, Hurricane Pamela, category I on the Saffir-Simpson scale, is located on land 65 kilometers northwest of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, and 55 km southeast of Elota; Its cloud bands cause occasional torrential rains in Durango, Sinaloa and Nayarit, very strong occasional rains in Zacatecas and Jalisco, as well as heavy rains in Sonora.
Frontal system number 4 is located north of Chihuahua and Coahuila, causing temperatures from cool to temperate over said region. In the Lagunera region, a warm environment is expected in the morning and in the afternoon, a cloudy to cloudy sky and light to moderate wind.
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For its part, the Civil Protection of Coahuila issued the following recommendations: take extreme precautions due to wind, paying special attention to constructions of flimsy material, as well as possible damage to spectacular and power lines; in case you are walking on the street, be extremely careful, as gusts of wind can drag objects; seek shelter in houses and buildings of solid construction.
If there are heavy rains or winds, go immediately to the safe areas defined as temporary shelters; do not try to cross riverbeds, streams, fords and low-lying areas, because it can be washed away; In the event of any emergency, citizens can call 911.