Published On: Wed, Dec 9th, 2015

Unusually “cool” mornings in Merida

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Unusually “cool” mornings are in store for Merida during the next few days, as the entry of fresh air from the cold air mass that drives the 18th frontal system will generate a slight drop in temperatures.

Despite the overnight lows of 15 to 21 degrees Celsius (59-69 degrees Fahrenheit), typically hot daytime temperatures, conditions of overcast to partly cloudy skies and low chance of showers will remain, reports the National Water Commission (Conagua), through the Regional Hydrometeorological Center of Merida ( CHRM) National Weather Service (NWS).

For the next few days a high pressure system over the region will favor the entry of fresh air, reflected in cool mornings with temperatures gradually increasing during the day.

According to forecasts, the minimum would range on Thursday between 15 and 19 degrees Celsius, and Friday, 17 and 21 degrees Celsius.

Temperatures could drop even lower in some other parts of Yucatan state, especially in the south.

For Campeche and Quintana Roo, minimum temperatures will be on Thursday and Friday, between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Photo: Diario de Yucatan "Cool" morning temps lead Merida residents to bundle up.

Photo: Diario de Yucatan
“Cool” morning temps lead Merida residents to bundle up.

As for the daily high temperatures, forecasters predict between 28-33, on Thursday and Friday.

As for rainfall, the presence of some light showers at certain points of the Peninsula is expected.

There will be north-northeast wind for the next few days with speeds of 15-25 mph and likely gusts up to 40 km / h in the afternoon.

If you’re planning to be out in Merida Saturday night for Noche Blanca, you can expect low temperatures to be more typical, in the 73-74 degrees Fahrenheit.



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