Forecast for the whole peninsula: a really hot week and occasional rains….
MERIDA — For the next days, very hot temperatures are expected for the three states of the Yucatan Peninsula, with possible rains in the afternoons due to the presence of a new tropical wave and the establishment of a low pressure system, reports the National Water Commission (Conagua), through the Regional Hydrometeorological Center of Merida (CHRM) of the National Meteorological Service (SMN).
For Monday Sept. 18, due to the entrance of humidity caused by the passage of Tropical Wave 34 over the region, strong storms are anticipated in the central and southern portions of Campeche; north and center of Quintana Roo; and, east, central and southern Yucatan. The presence of electrical activity and strong wind gusts in storm areas is not ruled out.
According to the forecasts, high temperatures for this week are expected from 33°C to 37°C (91 to 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) from Monday to Wednesday, with minimums ranging between 21°C and 25°C (70 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit).
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